• A patient treated by surgical correction of carotid stenosis later died of subarachnoid hemorrhage from rupture of a previously asymptomatic ipsilateral cerebral aneurysm. When the two conditions coexist, the increase in blood flow resulting from repair of the stenosis may promote rupture of the higher aneurysm.
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