aneurysm of charcot
aneurysm of Charcot aneurysm of Char·cot (shär-kō’)
A small round nodular aneurysm of a small artery or arteriole of the cerebral cortex or basal ganglia, occurring frequently in hypertensive persons.
a permanent cardiac or arterial dilatation usually caused by weakening of the vessel wall. Historical Examples Sometimes the arterial vessels are so dilated as to impart to the tumour an aneurysmal pulsation and bruit. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles aneurysmal varix may occur in the neck as a result of stabs or […]
- Aneurysmal bruit
aneurysmal bruit aneurysmal bruit n. A blowing murmur heard over an aneurysm.
- Aneurysmal bone cyst
aneurysmal bone cyst aneurysmal bone cyst n. A solitary benign lesion in a long bone or vertebra, consisting of blood-filled spaces separated by fibrous tissue and causing swelling, pain, and tenderness.
- Aneurysmal varix
aneurysmal varix aneurysmal varix n. Dilation and twisting of a vein due to communication with an adjacent artery. Historical Examples aneurysmal varix may occur in the neck as a result of stabs or bullet wounds. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles