True aneurysm

Dr Donna D'Souza et al.

In a true aneurysm, the aneurysm is bound by all three layers of the vessel wall (intima, media and adventitia). The wall may be attenuated. The risk of rupture is proportional to the size of the aneurysm.

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rID: 2215
System: Vascular
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  • Figure 1: types of aneurysms
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  • Case 1: berry aneurysm
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    Case 4: subclavian artery aneurysm
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    Case 5: feeder artery aneurysm
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