Dr. Sanjay Gupta

@drsanjaygupta

Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic; CNN Chief Medical Correspondent; Exec Prod/Writer of TNT's medical drama Monday Mornings

this is a little more challenging. but, you have seen an image like this before. will send a clue next.

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2063 days ago

this is a little more challenging. but, you have seen an image like this before. will send a clue next.

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Lovesweptwriter 2060 days ago

what would other Sx be, besides obvious headache; would it be stroke-like?

Johgun 2062 days ago

Right ICA aneurysm. Probably pCom origin.

stuboo 2062 days ago

Good question, but so long as there's no identifiable information it's in bounds.

roohikhanna 2062 days ago

Dr. Gupta, doesn't posting scans of patients (Ct or mri) violate the doctor patient confidentially rule?

ylp79 2063 days ago

basilar artery aneurysm

lulaare 2063 days ago

Arterial Aneurysm

LindaHARealtor 2063 days ago

Looks like trouble to me. Arterial aneurysm.

JulesJForeman 2063 days ago

Not a pituitary adenoma (have two of those little darlings). I, too, vote for an aneurysm.

napernurse 2063 days ago

Agree berry aneurysm near Circle of Willis.

drmalfares 2063 days ago

aneurysm ???

brontyman 2063 days ago

aneurysm of artery

algaegirl328 2063 days ago

Looks like worms to me....

missdreadlocks 2063 days ago

looks like an aneurysm near the circle of willis.

EstebanGiron 2063 days ago

Pituitary gland tumor

tnwlqrk 2063 days ago

I think saccular aneurysm at supraclinoid segment of right internal carotid artery.

rebguy 2063 days ago

berry aneurysm

lizbrenaman 2063 days ago

Something stuffed up the nose? ; )

rashmisaikia 2063 days ago

Hopefully something curable

jeneane 2063 days ago

Bullet?

Trhogan 2063 days ago

Stage 4 glioma... anyone we know?