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Origin of aneurysm
OTHER WORDS FROM aneurysman·eu·rys·mal, an·eu·ris·mal, adjectivean·eu·rys·mal·ly, an·eu·ris·mal·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for aneurysm
After he suffered a brain aneurysm, she sat by his side as they removed his life support.Covid-19 destroyed a young man’s lungs. Can his foster mom let him go?|Steve Thompson|January 19, 2021|Washington Post
I had open-heart surgery a decade ago to fix an aortic aneurysm and calcified valve.Doctors and patients face a painkiller crisis, even as they fight COVID|matthewheimer|December 16, 2020|Fortune
The presence of diseased patches in the wall of an artery diminishes its elasticity and favours aneurysmal dilatation.
Aneurysmal varix may occur in the neck as a result of stabs or bullet wounds.
Sometimes the arterial vessels are so dilated as to impart to the tumour an aneurysmal pulsation and bruit.
It is possible to rupture a vessel, the walls of which are encrusted with lime salts, and full of small aneurysmal dilatations.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield