Is it possible to heal or at least shrink an unruptered brain Aneurysm?

I’ve always wondered & been curious about the brain & been curious as to whether it has the power to heal Itself physically as well as healing the body.
I always believe that the body has healing powers through remedies such as daily meditation so would there be remedies like this to heal an unrupted aneurysm?
Does the brain have the power to heal Itself? What do you think?

Surgery used to be the only option to repair a brain aneurysm (It will not heal itself). But, over the last 10-15 years, endovascular treatment that is done through a catheter (tube) that is usually inserted in the leg has allowed for most aneurysms to be treated with very little side effects and much shorter recovery. Most patients go home the next day. If you or someone you knows has a brain aneurysm, they should see an interventional neuroradiologist or endovascular neurosurgeon to be evaluated for these procedures.

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2 comments to Is it possible to heal or at least shrink an unruptered brain Aneurysm?

  • Serene E

    Brain surgery.
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  • In Science we trust

    Surgery used to be the only option to repair a brain aneurysm (It will not heal itself). But, over the last 10-15 years, endovascular treatment that is done through a catheter (tube) that is usually inserted in the leg has allowed for most aneurysms to be treated with very little side effects and much shorter recovery. Most patients go home the next day. If you or someone you knows has a brain aneurysm, they should see an interventional neuroradiologist or endovascular neurosurgeon to be evaluated for these procedures.
    References :
    Biomedical engineer and brain aneurysm researcher

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