Our word “aneurysm” is taken from the Greek “aneurysma”. This means, “a widening”. An aneurysm is a blood vessel that balloons outward or becomes abnormally large. Your blood vessel bulges out like a weak spot on an old worn tire when this happens. This bulge can burst and lead to death at any time. The larger the aneurysm is, the greater the danger is of it rupturing.
An aortic aneurysm happens on your aorta. The aorta is one of the large arteries that carry blood from your heart to the rest of your body. Your aorta bulges at the site of the aneurysm.
Aortic aneurysms can take place anywhere along the length of your aorta. However, the majority of aortic aneurysms develop along your abdominal aorta. Most (about 90%) of abdominal aneurysms are located below the level of your renal arteries. These are the vessels that leave your aorta and go to your kidneys. About two-thirds of abdominal aneurysms also extend from the aorta into one or both of your iliac arteries. The iliac arteries are the arteries that go to your legs.
The most noticeable effect that an abdominal aortic aneurysm will have on you is pain. Usually this pain has a deep quality to it, as if it were boring into you. This pain is most commonly felt in your lower abdomen and back region. The pain is steady but can usually be relieved by changing position.
You may also experience an abnormally noticeable abdominal pulsation. Sudden onset of abdominal and back pain, shock and low blood pressure can occur with a rapidly expanding abdominal aortic aneurysm. This is also a sign of the imminent risk of rupture taking place.
The threat and risk of death is high with abdominal aortic aneurysm. However, you or a loved one may have survived this disorder. Because of abdominal aortic aneurysm and/or other conditions and complications, you or your loved one may be disabled and unable to work.
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