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Intracranial aneurysms News (4 articles)



Massive Yale-Led Genome Analysis Reveals New Genetic Risks for Aneurysms

New Haven, Conn. — In the largest genome-wide study of brain aneurysms ever conducted, an international team led by researchers at the Yale University School of Medicine have identified three new genetic variants that increase a person’s risk for developing this deadly disease.The massive...

Published on 4 April 2010, 11:12


Genetic Variations May Give Clues to Intracranial Aneurysms

CINCINNATI—An international study led by University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers has detected two genetic variations that could provide insight into why intracranial aneurysms develop.Joseph Broderick, MD, chair of UC’s neurology department, is the principal investigator for the...

Published on 24 April 2009, 11:30


Study Links Family History With Intracranial Aneurysm Ruptures

CINCINNATI—Small unruptured intracranial aneurysms rarely require surgical or endovascular interventions, with doctors preferring instead to manage them medically by urging patients to quit smoking or to control their blood pressure.New information from a team that includes University of...

Published on 27 March 2009, 17:16


Study Links Family History With Intracranial Aneurysm Ruptures

CINCINNATI—Small unruptured intracranial aneurysms rarely require surgical or endovascular interventions, with doctors preferring instead to manage them medically by urging patients to quit smoking or to control their blood pressure.New information from a team that includes University of...

Published on 27 March 2009, 09:12


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