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Frontal view of a cerebral angiography. The cerebral angiography consists of injecting the dye into the arterial circulation of the brain followed by a series of x-ray images. The dye takes about 4-5 seconds to go from arteries to capillaries and finally to the veins in the brain.

Cell mutations can increase brain aneurisms

Sporadic arteriovenous malformations in the brain – a severe type of brain aneurysms – is a leading cause of hemorrhagic stroke in young adults...