Difference between a migraine and an aneurysm.
is the difference between a migraine and an aneurysm?
is the level of pain?
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aneurysms are swollen blood vessels that occur in the brain,
usually near the veins at the base of the brain, often producing severe
is a chronic disorder characterized by recurrent moderate to severe
headaches often in association with a number of autonomic nervous
headaches and brain aneurysms share common symptoms.
of Migraine pain varies widely with all types of migraines.
of migraines include:
mechanism of the head pain which occurs during a migraine is unknown.
evidence supports a primary role for central nervous system structures
(such as the brainstem and diencephalon) while other data support
the role peripheral activation (such as via the sensory nerves that
surround blood vessels of the head and neck).
brain aneurysm may produce no symptoms, particularly if it's small.
a large unruptured aneurysm may press on brain tissues and nerves,
above and behind an eye
-A dilated pupil
-Change in vision or double vision
-Numbness, weakness or paralysis of one side of the face
-A drooping eyelid.
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