The dilation of the aortic vessel of 58-year-old Ayhan Gökgöz, who was admitted to the hospital in Istanbul, surprised the doctors. The vein, which should normally have a diameter of 2-3 cm and the risk of explosion in enlargements greater than 5 cm, reached the size of a soccer ball in Gökgöz. Gökgöz, who was operated in the third hospital he went to because of risk, is in good health … Since the giant aneurysm…"Rare giant aneurysm: “It is a miracle that the vein the size of a soccer ball does not burst”"
Professor of Brain and Nerve Surgery Department. Dr. Zeki Şekerci, “Cerebral hemorrhage occurs due to aneurysm and arteriovenous malformations in the brain. Cerebral hemorrhages due to these diseases occur independently of head trauma. Abnormal blood vessel cluster in the brain or spinal cord is called arteriovenous malformation (AVM). “Cerebral hemorrhage occurs due to bubble bleeding,” he said. Stating that this discomfort can manifest itself with a sudden and severe headache while walking on the street,…"What is an aneurysm? What is an arteriovenous malformation (AVM)? What causes a brain hemorrhage? Is headache a sign of food bleeding?"