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Less invasive treatment offers hope to those with aneurysms
USA Today

A couple of weeks ago, Dr. Rebecca Terry suddenly started seeing double and feeling confused — signs that a brain aneurysm she’d lived with for decades had grown dangerously large. Doctors told her the bulge in her brain artery might rupture, which could happen without warning and kill her. Yet its size, shape and location at the base of her skull made it inoperable with traditional methods.