A smaller aneurysm detected in time has a good prognosis if it is checked regularly. If the vessel is calcified, the extent of the aneurysm depends on the extent. Smaller calcifications often cause no complaints and therefore have a good prognosis.
However, large and unstable forms can lead to death, especially if smaller parts become detached and then block the vessel. The prognosis is therefore worse. The other diseases presented usually have a good prognosis with adequate treatment.