A teen who took the street drug called “ecstasy” suffered a potentially deadly bulge in his spinal cord artery, doctors said. This condition — called a posterior spinal artery aneurysm — occurs when the artery wall weakens and bulges. In the new case study, published online July 3 in the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery, doctors describe the case of a healthy teenage boy who had taken ecstasy.

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