Sacular Aneurysm in the Brain Outlook
What to expect with cerebral aneurysm:
- It is not clear what percentage of brain aneurysms will bleed and cause symptoms.
- The larger the aneurysm the more likely it will cause symptoms and bleeding.
- About 25 percent of people with a subarachnoid hemorrhage die from the disease.
- Those who remain alert and awake after a subarachnoid hemorrhage have a very good chance of complete recovery.
Continue to Sacular Aneurysm in the Brain Underlying Cause
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