- aneurysm of charcot,
- aneurysmal bone cyst,
Origin of aneurysm
Examples from the Web for aneurism
However, he sought an explanation of Benedetta's death, and hesitatingly ascribed it to aneurism, or possibly embolism.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete|Emile Zola
The proofs we possess as to the frequency of abdominal, especially mesenteric, aneurism from this source are overwhelming.Parasites|T. Spencer Cobbold
Fourier had already experienced, in Egypt and Grenoble, some attacks of aneurism of the heart.Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men|Francois Arago
Dempster died suddenly this morning of aneurism of the heart, leaving no confession of any kind.'Sheilah McLeod|Guy Boothby
A pulsating tumor of the right hypochondrium, accompanied by jaundice, may be an aneurism of the hepatic artery.
Word Origin for aneurysm
early 15c., from Medieval Latin aneurisma, from Greek aneurysmos "dilation," from aneurynein "to dilate," from ana- "up" (see ana-) + eurynein "widen," from eurys "broad, wide," from PIE root *were- "wide, broad" (cf. Sanskrit uruh "broad, wide").