conventional angiogram, CT angiogram, and/or MR angiogram) would be especially Also, type of helpful to me in assessing the reason your aneurysm
has been deemed inoperable. Also, aneurysm
type (such as saccular or pedunculated)As I am unable to review these studies, I can only muster a guess as to why your surgeon has told you that he cannot operate. My inclination is that he feels the risk of surgery outweighs the risk of holding off on surgery and observing.