WHO ARE AT GREATER RISK OF ANEURYSM RUPTURE - DEGENERATIVE DISEASES

What are the chances of surviving an aneurysm



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The chances of surviving an aneurysm vary depending on your size, location, age, and overall health. However, in most cases it is possible to live for more than 10 years with an aneurysm, without ever presenting any symptoms or having any complications. In addition, many cases can be operated upon diagnosis, to remove the aneurysm or to strengthen the walls of the affected blood vessel, reducing, almost completely, the chances of rupture