Can a blood vessel in your head break
A:Yes, it's called a brain aneurysm when this happens. Estimates are that one in fifteen people will develop one during their lives. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-a-blood-vessel-in-your-head-break ]
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- Can a blood vessel in your head break
- Yes, it's called a brain aneurysm when this happens. Estimates are that one in fifteen people will develop one during their lives.
- What carries blood vessels to the head?
- the right and left common carotid arteries carry blood to the head. I assume that is what you meant, because nothing carries blood vessels to the head.
- Which blood vessel carries blood to the head??
- Arteries carry blood away from the body. So, probably an artery. Source(s): 2 yrs high school Health Academy
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