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Today, without any development, dawned, regarding the health of the Minister of Labor, Mrs. Zeta Aimilianidou. As the Government Spokesman stated on the show Morning Inspection at Citizen 107.6 & amp; 97.6, this results from a communication he had with the Minister of Health in the early morning hours, who is with Zeta Emilianidou in Athens. Mr. Hadjipandela is expected to be informed in the next few hours about the condition of Ms. Emilianianidou by the treating doctors and then a re-briefing on the subject is expected.

It is reminded that the minister is hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit of the “Health” Center in Athens. On Sunday afternoon, he was rushed to the American Heart Center in Nicosia, after severe headaches, where he was diagnosed with subarachnoid hemorrhage in the brain due to rupture of an aneurysm in a cerebral artery. The Minister of Health, Michalis Hadjipandela, and the general director of the ministry, Christina Giannaki, immediately mobilized, who arranged her air transportation. During the transfer, her condition worsened and she was immediately admitted to the operating room, where she underwent a long operation to remove the hematoma and embolize the aneurysm. The minister's health condition is considered critical with doctors waiting and re-evaluating it in the next period of time.

Vascular abnormality

The aneurysm is a vascular abnormality, ie a disease of the arteries either in the brain or anywhere else in the human body, said yesterday the president of the Cyprus Neurological Society, Michalis Protopapas. As he explained, it is either a congenital or an acquired disease. At the same time, he pointed out that aneurysms are mostly asymptomatic, saying that any of us can have it without realizing it and without signs. He noted that when an aneurysm ruptures, that is, blood is released due to this abnormality in the brain, there may be symptoms such as headaches or other neurological issues. He clarified, however, that it does not mean that anyone who has a headache is at risk of having an aneurysm rupture. He stressed that if someone feels that the headache is acute, appears for the first time in a citizen's life, is particularly severe in the cervical region or in the whole head and is painful for more than 24 to 48 hours, he should consult his personal doctor for an examination. of the incident. At the same time, he reiterated that it does not mean that anyone who has a headache has an aneurysm rupture. According to the international literature, there are two types of brain aneurysms, the sacoid and the spindle. The most common form is sac-like, that is, a sac with a stem is formed that joins it with the rest of the artery and looks like a berry protruding from the artery. The symptoms of an aneurysm that has not ruptured depend on its size and growth rate. A small aneurysm may give no symptoms, while a larger one may cause the nerves in the brain to become increasingly tense and a number of symptoms may occur, such as sudden and acute headache, drooping eyelids, nausea, diplopia or blurred vision, pain above or behind the eye, numbness or weakness on one side of the face, loss of consciousness and sensations. If an aneurysm bleeds, the patient almost always has a sudden and severe headache. It is estimated that approximately 40% of patients do not survive the first 24 hours, 25% die in the first half, and the remaining 35% may develop neurological damage.

Source: politis.com.cy

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