The episode employs the tried and true conceit: a character has an aneurysm and begins hallucinating his life as a musical.
His account of his second aneurysm and a round of invasive surgery is frightening and moving.
GWS happens to have an apartment in East London, which, upon hearing, nearly gave her posh West End pals an aneurysm.
Those most suitable for ligation are cases in which the aneurysm is circumscribed and globular (Sheen).
The section on aneurysm of the aorta remains one of the best ever written.
Sudden fatal syncope is not infrequent in cases of aneurysm of the thoracic aorta.
A very rare complication of the fibroid degeneration of the heart muscle is aneurysm of the heart wall.
An aneurysm is a sac communicating with an artery, and containing fluid or coagulated blood.
On the face of it, an aneurysm which is false is not an aneurysm, any more than a false bank-note is legal tender.
aneurysm by Anastomosis is the name applied to a vascular tumour in which the arteries, veins, and capillaries are all involved.
early 15c., from Medieval Latin aneurisma, from Greek aneurysmos "dilation," from aneurynein "to dilate," from ana- "up" (see ana-) + eurynein "widen," from eurys "broad, wide," from PIE root *were- "wide, broad" (cf. Sanskrit uruh "broad, wide").
aneurysm an·eu·rysm or an·eu·rism (ān'yə-rĭz'əm)
A localized, blood-filled dilation of a blood vessel caused by disease or weakening of the vessel wall.