An aneurysm is a weak area of a blood vessel’s wall; the phenomenon can occur in any blood vessel, but most frequently forms in arteries as opposed to veins. They may be categorized based on their cause, location, or shape.
Aneurysms can occur in various body parts, including the:
The most common type of aneurysm manifests in the aorta, which is the body’s largest artery. It carries oxygen-rich blood from the heart to other body parts. There are two major types of aortic aneurysms:
An Ezra scan may detect an aneurysm in your brain, abdomen, or pelvis; you can learn more about our scanning packages here.