A Case of Successful Treatment of Concomitant Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm and Visceral Aneurysm

Cláudia Diogo, José Baltazar, Mário Fernandes


The association between intracranial and visceral aneurysms is very rare, with a bad prognosis. The rupture usually appears in theEmergency Room, and it implies an immediate treatment.We describe the case of a woman with rupture of an anterior communicant artery aneurysm and rupture of a pancreatic duodenal arteryaneurysm. The actuation of all specialties allowed the direct surgical treatment of the visceral aneurysm, without the aggravation ofthe cerebral hemorrhage that the eventual Aorta Artery clamping could provoke. The maintenance of the hemodynamic stability wasessential for the posterior treatment of the intracranial aneurysm.

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