Origin of aneurysm
Related formsan·eu·rys·mal, an·eu·ris·mal, adjectivean·eu·rys·mal·ly, an·eu·ris·mal·ly, adverb
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The episode employs the tried and true conceit: a character has an aneurysm and begins hallucinating his life as a musical.‘American Horror Story’ Sings “The Name Game” and 12 Other Bizarre TV Musical Numbers (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|January 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His account of his second aneurysm and a round of invasive surgery is frightening and moving.
GWS happens to have an apartment in East London, which, upon hearing, nearly gave her posh West End pals an aneurysm.
An aneurysm exerts pressure on the surrounding structures, which are usually thickened and adherent to it and to one another.
For the pain in aneurysm, nothing (except, of course, morphine) is so valuable as iodide of potassium.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
The aneurysm is of slow growth, and occasionally undergoes spontaneous cure.
An aneurysm is said to be diffused when the sac ruptures and the blood escapes into the cellular tissue.
The walls of the injured vessel are presumably healthy, but they form no part of the sac of the aneurysm.