Aneurism

A congenital weakness in an artery wall, and therefore a likely point of eventual rupture and haemorrhage. Where the artery concerned is a cerebral artery, this is a predisposing factor to a haemorrhagic CVA.
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Aneurism

An'eu┬Ěrism noun [ Greek ..., ..., a widening, an opening; ... up + ... wide.] (Medicine) A soft, pulsating, hollow tumor, containing blood, arising from the preternatural dilation or rupture of the coats of an artery. [ Written also aneurysm .]
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aneurism

<medicine> A soft, pulsating, hollow tumour, containing blood, arising from the preternatural dilation or rupture of the coats of an artery. ... Alternative forms: aneurysm. ... Origin: Gr, a widening, an opening; up + wide. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Aneurism

• (n.) A soft, pulsating, hollow tumor, containing blood, arising from the preternatural dilation or rupture of the coats of an artery.
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