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What is the difference between Aneurysm and Stroke?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Aug 08, 2019

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M. Klose

M. KloseContent Writer, Oakland
Content Writer, Oakland

Answered on Aug 08, 2019

Some people think that aneurysm and stroke are the same, but actually, these two are different from each other. When you say aneurysm, this is the condition wherein an artery wall has collapsed. When this happens, this can lead to a stroke. A stroke may occur when a blood vessel is blocked or is ruptured.

People may experience different types of stroke. People must get themselves checked all the time so that they can live a healthier made materials lifestyle. Do remember that aneurysm can become deadly when it affects two significant parts of the body, namely the heart and the brain.

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R. Hazlewood

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R. HazlewoodSenior Executive, MBA, Louisville
Senior Executive, MBA, Louisville

Answered on Jul 29, 2019

Two significant disorders that occur, and people are scared to get are strokes and aneurysms. Both can be deadly, but strokes seem to occur more often. A stroke is when there is not enough blood or no blood getting to the brain. This would then cause the patient to lose their ability to speak sometimes and to lose function in other parts of their bodies.

Sometimes, they can’t regain that function after the stroke. An aneurysm is a disorder that is similar to the cause of a stroke, but this means that the vein that carries the blood to the brain is blocked by something. Instead of the vein remaining blocked, it expands like a balloon. Both should be considered severe disorders.

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