aneurysm

All Noun
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  • He hit him and the next day he died of an aneurysm.
  • He had suffered a brain aneurysm and had been dead for several days.
  • He returned to playing within weeks, but also returned to hospital for treatment for an aneurysm.
  • However, this is the case in less than half of all aneurysms.
  • Doctors discovered an aneurysm near his heart and he was operated on the following day.
  • He is later shown to have suffered a brain aneurysm and died.
  • His mother died of a brain aneurysm when Kevin was seven years old.
  • What does a second year's student make of a small thoracic aneurysm? Cited from The Mystery of 31 New Inn, by R. Austin Freeman
  • He is most notable for his method of treatment of aneurysms.
  • He is sent to hospital, as his aneurysm has returned.
  • Most people who live with a cardiac aneurysm do so without knowing it.
  • Gilliard's mother died of an aneurysm when he was five years old.
  • He later brings back his mother when she dies of an aneurysm.
  • Her husband has a brain aneurysm, almost dying, and causing her further delay.
  • His operation for aneurysm remained the standard procedure until the 19th century.
  • The cause of death was later determined as a brain aneurysm.
  • Not long afterwards, he suffered an aneurysm and was rushed to the hospital.
  • Ravi, knowing fighting could cause his aneurysm to kill him, refused and ran out.
  • Preliminary reports said that he died of an aneurysm, but later reports said that he died under unknown circumstances.
  • Once a certain blood pressure level is reached, the player suffers an aneurysm and the game ends.
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Words starting with aneurysm

Meaning of aneurysm

  • noun A cardiovascular disease characterized by a saclike widening of an artery resulting from weakening of the artery wall