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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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