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What do you mean by vertebral insufficiency?

i am 53 years old., i undergonne carotid duplex examination and the impressiion is vertebral insufficiency , bilateral normal carotids, please i want more further explaination so that i could be aware what really my problems are thanks
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jan 2010
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It means that you are having insufficient vertebral artery blood blow that supplies blood to the brain. Get a NEUROLOGY opinion on this report and discuss the risks and the treatment options to understand better what is happening, what can go wrong and what is best that should be done.

Answered: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
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