The age of intracranial aneurysms

N. Etminan, R. Dreier, B. Buchholz, H. J. Steiger, D. Hänggi & R. L. Macdonald
Objective: There is controversy among cerebrovascular scientists on the time span over which cerebral aneurysms develop. Whether ruptured aneurysms are present for a short time before rupture and therefore contain new or young collagen, while unruptured aneurysms might consist of more mature collagen[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]