On the face of it, an aneurysm which is false is not an aneurysm, any more than a false bank-note is legal tender.
This laminar coagulation by constant additions gradually fills the aneurysmal cavity and the pulsation in the sac then ceases; contraction of the sac and its contents gradually takes place and the aneurysm is cured.
Speaking generally, if an aneurysm can be dealt with surgically the sooner that the artery is tied the better.
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Already the system of "marking" kelts with a small silver label has resulted in a considerable array of valuable statistics which have made it possible to estimate the salmon's ordinary rate of growth from year to year.
As in Gymnosperms, branching is monopodial; dichotomy or the forking of the growing point into two equivalent branches which replace the main stem, is absent both in the case of the stem and the root.
Moreover they contain no cambium and the stem once formed increases in diameter only in exceptional cases.
Dionysus was believed to take the form of a goat, probably as a divinity of vegetation.
The French physicians sometimes said satirically that overwork of the heart much more than of the head or the hands laid the foundation on which aneurysm developed, for it occurs oftenest on a luetic basis.
Cases like rupture of an aneurysm during labor, extensive hemorrhage, the entrance of air into the uterine veins and sinuses, and common lacerations will be omitted, together with complicated births like those of double monsters, etc.
Lewtas reports a case of ligation of the innominate and carotid arteries for traumatic aneurysm (likely a hematoma due to a gunshot injury of the subclavian artery).
A postmortem examination disclosed the existence of an aberrant right subclavian artery in the posterior mediastinum, and this was the seat of a traumatic aneurysm that had ruptured into the esophagus.
A peculiar sequence of an aortic aneurysm is perforation of the sternum or rib.
An incision was made from the ensiform cartilage to the umbilicus, the aneurysm exposed, and its cavity filled up with two meters of silver-plated wire.
In 1880 Chiari said that while dissecting the body of a man who died of phthisis, he found a false aneurysm of the ascending aorta with a transverse rupture of the vessel by the side of it, which had completely cicatrized.
Webb mentions an Irish woman who died of aneurysm of the aorta, which had perforated the sternum, the orifice being plugged by a large clot.
Nelaton describes an instance in which the point of an umbrella wounded the cavernous sinus and internal carotid artery of the opposite side, causing the formation of an arteriovenous aneurysm which ultimately burst, and death ensued.
There was also aneurysm of the left upper division present and, to settle the etiologic nature of the process, Spirochete pallida were found in the wall of the aneurysm sac and in that of the pulmonary artery.
Mesaortitis is the primary lesion and acts as a locus minoris resistentiae where an aneurysm forms.
No drug relieves the pain of uncomplicated aneurysm as surely as iodide of potassium.
A very rare complication of the fibroid degeneration of the heart muscle is aneurysm of the heart wall.
The apex of the left ventricle is most commonly the site of the aneurysm and rupture occasionally occurs.
If such a patient with the disease advanced to this stage must overwork, or sustains any severe muscle strain, an aneurysm of the aorta may occur.
This sort of treatment is contraindicated in some kinds of heart disease, as heart weakness due to arteriosclerosis with high blood pressure, to aneurysm of the thoracic or abdominal aorta, and to nephritis.
An aneurysmneedle threaded with silk is now passed around the vein from within outwards.
The loop of silk is cut so as to form two ligatures, and the aneurysm needle then withdrawn; the lower ligature is first tied, its ends being cut short.
As a rule a fusiform aneurysm contains fluid blood, but when the intima is roughened by disease, especially in the form of calcareous plates, shreds of clot may adhere to it.
When the aneurysm presses on the vertebræ and erodes them, the symptoms simulate those of spinal caries, particularly if, as sometimes happens, symptoms of compression paraplegia ensue.
The external carotid and the cervical portion of the internal carotid are seldom the primary seat of aneurysm, although they are liable to be implicated by the upward spread of an aneurysm at the bifurcation of the common trunk.
Aneurysm is much less frequent in the abdominal than in the thoracic aorta.
The needles are made to touch the opposite wall of the sac, and the pulsation of the aneurysm imparts a movement to them which causes them to scarify the inner surface of the sac.
The aneurysm usually forms soon after the injury is inflicted; the blood slowly escapes into the surrounding tissues, gradually displacing and condensing them, until they form a sac enclosing the effused blood.
These factors probably explain the comparative frequency of aneurysm in those who follow such arduous occupations as soldiers, sailors, dock-labourers, and navvies.
The usual symptoms of aneurysm are present, and the pressure effects on the veins and nerves are similar to those produced by an aneurysm of the subclavian.
All varieties of aneurysm occur in the aorta, the fusiform being the most common, although a sacculated aneurysm frequently springs from a fusiform dilatation.
The progress of natural cure is indicated by the aneurysm becoming smaller, firmer, less expansile, and less compressible; the murmur and thrill diminish and the pressure effects become less marked.
It is to be borne in mind that occasionally, when the interchange of blood between an aneurysm and the artery from which it arises is small, pulsation and bruit may be slight or even absent.
A tumour or an aneurysm growing in this region also may press upon the nerve.
These procedures have proved of great service in the recognition of foreign bodies in the lower air-passages, and in their extraction; in the diagnosis of stenosis of the trachea, and of aneurysm pressing on the trachea.
Atrophy from the pressure of an aneurysm or of a simple tumour may erode the whole thickness of a bone, or may thin it out to such an extent that slight force is sufficient to break it.
In some cases a communication is established between the artery and the cavernous sinus, and an arterio-venous aneurysm is thus produced.
The possibility ofaneurysm must always be kept in mind because of the risk attending the passage of instruments for diagnostic purposes.
Before passing bougies, it is necessary to make certain that the symptoms are not due to the pressure of ananeurysm on the œsophagus, as cases have been recorded in which a thin-walled aneurysm has been perforated by a bougie.
In cellulitis of the orbit, intra-orbital tumour, gumma and aneurysm in the region of the cavernous sinus, also, the optic nerve may be implicated.
Aneurysm makes its appearance in other instances, of which the patient dies, or he is carried off by general paralysis or Bright's disease.
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