Small, unruptured aneurysms in the brain have no symptoms, but larger aneurysms may press on the brain and cause a localized headache, dilated pupils, blurred vision, and pain behind or above the eye, explains the Brain ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Most unruptured brain aneurysms do not cause any symptoms. A large, unruptured brain aneurysm may press against brain tissue and nerves. The pressure on the brain creates symptoms such as double vision, paralysis or weak... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

According to Mayo Clinic, a brain aneurysm is a bulging blood vessel that is found in the blood vessels of the brain. The blood vessel can stay stabilized or it can leak or rupture, causing major medical problems. More » Health Conditions & Diseases
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While most unruptured brain aneurysms are small and do not produce symptoms, large unruptured aneurysms can result in neurological complications, such as difficulty speaking, localized headaches, vision disturbances, dil... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Symptoms of an unruptured brain aneurysm include blurred vision, a severe headache, dilated pupils, neck pain or a change in speech, according to WebMD. Symptoms of a ruptured aneurysm occur suddenly and may include fain... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

The survival rate of patients with ruptured brain aneurysms is approximately 60 percent, according to Brain Aneurysm Foundation. Each year, patients with an unruptured brain aneurysm have a 1 percent chance of a rupture,... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

In some cases, an unruptured aneurysm may cause changes in speech, along with neck pain, blurred vision and severe headaches, as it presses on specific areas of the brain, as reported by eMedicineHealth. However, most br... More » Health Conditions & Diseases