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Carotid artery occlusion without infarction

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Can a carotid artery be opened?

I am wondering if my right carotid artery can be opened or is it being closed permanent? I do at times go blind in my right eye, am dizzy sitting or standing and at times pass out. ...
 

How rapidly can plaque build up in carotid arteries?

How rapidly can plaque build up in carotid arteries? Also, my cardiologist said after reviewing a current carotid artery ultrasound , that the blockage in my right carotid artery had increased from 40 ...
 

Suggest treatment for carotid artery stenosis

I'm scheduled to have a carotid u/s B and an ECHO because I've been diagnosed with carotid artery ... of having a carotid endarterectomy? If I decide to have the procedure done, should I opt for general ...
 

What does these carotid artery ultrasound indicate?

I HAD A CAROTID ARTERY ULTRASOUND . THE RESULTS SAID INTRUSIVE PLAQUE[<50%]. RICA:PSV 53.7cm/sec, EDV15.6cm/sec. LICA:PSV 50cm/sec, EDV 15.5cm/sec. IS THIS SEROUS? I am unable to upload the report ...
 

What causes pains in right carotid artery?

I have an unusual problem. I am a 61 yr. old female with arthritic issues and progressive spinal disease . Today, I started having pains in my right carotid artery . Am I just being a hypochondriac ...
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Had MRI, nonhemorrhagic infarct, stensis of left internal carotid artery, narrowing of middle cerebral artery and peripheral branches. Curable?

temporal region and ganglio capsular region MRA reveals severe stensis of left internal carotid artery right from origin with narrowing of middle cerebral artery and peripheral branches. i want to know is he ...
 

What causes occlusion of the carotid artery?

A routine scan of a elderly man reveals partial occlusion of the right internal cartid artery, yet blood supply to his cerebrum is unimpaired. What two possible causes of the occlusion. What anastamosis ...
 

MRI showed cerebral atrophy, ischemic changes in white matter of fronto parietal lobes, occulsion of internal carotid artery. Explain

infarct /haemorrhage. 6.complete occlusion of left internal carotid artery with collateral flow in left ... & what treatment to taken for cure. 1.age related cerebral and cerebellar atrophy 2.old infarct seen ...
 

MRI shows acute non hemorrhagic infarct. What care should be taken?

Hi, My husband had an acute non haemorrhagic infarct in the posterior limb of the right internal capsule(as per MRI report). The Doppler s effect for carotid arteries, and MRA reports are normal ...
 

What causes partial occlusion of the right internal carotid artery?

A routine scan of an elderly man reveals partial occlusion of the right internal carotid artery, yet blood supply to his cerebrum is unimpaired. What are two possible causes of the occlusion? What ...
 

What is the treatment for blockage in carotid arteries?

gotten worse recently. I have had the sonogram done on my cardioid arteries which indicates minimal blockage. Without the drinks I don t experience the problem. Is the vagal nerve/alcohol a logical ...
 

Have probable atrial abnormality, ventricular hypertrophy. Have internal carotid artery. Vertebral arteries are patent. Treatment?

of brachiocepahlic & left common carotid origins. However the radiologist comments incidental note is made of the posterior origin of the occipital artery from the internal carotid artery at the C2 level. Both vertebral ...
 

What does this sonogram for right carotid artery indicate?

sonogram of right carotid artery and the scanning really ran up/down on a sore spot. That test revealed 50% plus blocked external right carotid artery. Any thoughts on the pain/tenderness issues. ...
 

Suggest treatment for nose bleeding and difficulty in walking with carotid arterial stenosis

My mom was diagnosed with carotid arterial stenosis 3 yrs ago after having a stroke and many mini ... unable to bend over, walk more than across a room or lift anything over her head without almost passing ...
 

What are the side effects of occluded carotid artery?

I would like to know what are the side effects of an occluded carotid artery. I have a carotid artery that is totally occluded. None of my doctors seem to know what side effects I may experience ...
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When do they operate on the carotid artery
If there is a carotid body tumor of aneurysm or blockage
 
What is chronic lacunar infarcts
Dear Herlex, Hi Lacunes may be defined as small subcortical infarcts (< 15 mm in diameter) in the territory of the deep penetrating arteries commonly seen in the basal ganglia, internal capsule, thalamus, corona radiata, and pons. Reply with thanks.
 
What are the possible causes of a dialated carotid artery?
hi,welcome to healthcare magic forum,there are many causes for dilated carotid artery like-carotid body tumor,carotid aneurysm,cervical rib,thoracic outlet syndrome,aortic aneurysm,dissecting aortic aneurysm,syphilitic aortic aneurysm,carotid artery venous fistula,carotid arteritis,carotid artery trauma,post operative(radical neck dissection),angiosarcoma etc.
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