A Comprehensive Review on Aneurysm Pathophysiology Risk Factors Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis

Author(s): William Clarke

Aneurysm is a critical medical condition characterized by abnormal dilation and weakening of blood vessels, which poses a significant risk of rupture, leading to potentially life-threatening consequences. This research article aims to provide a comprehensive review of aneurysms, encompassing its pathophysiology, risk factors, diagnostic methods, available treatment modalities, and prognosis. By understanding the multifaceted aspects of aneurysms, medical professionals can enhance their clinical approach, leading to improved management and patient outcomes.