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, C4-5 spinal stenosis, vertebral degeneration, left vertebral artery is thinner than the right one ...

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saw my neurosurgeon a few days ago. He told me I m going to be fine. I have a very large vertebral artery that is within normal limits but no other problems. I am so relieved I cannot tell you ...

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I am diagnosed with hemiplegic migraines& absent for months. The droop starts with a twitch , it can come with stress sometimes &/or a migraine. BUT NOT MORE THAN 20% of the time. I was jumped 18 years ago and beaten somewhat on my left side....

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What is a possible minimal atherosclerotic calcification noted in the left vertebral artery? Should I be worried. This was found in my CT w/o contrast. Found on the EXTRAAXIAL SPACE. ...

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My boyfriend had a vertebral artery dissection 5 months ago and a stroke as consequence ( 42y ... vessel and neuro cleared him to fly in october ( 8 months after VAD). With that narrowed vertebral artery ...

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my mom was just diagnosed with vertebral artery stenosis, and she doesn t know what to do. We ... are the chances of something else happening? They told her that both of her arteries are majorly blocked. ...

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I HAVE TORTUOSITY OF THE LEFT VERTEBRAL ARTERY WHICH EXTENDS INTO THE LEFT CEREBELLAR PONTINE ANGLE AND APEARS TO ENCROACH UPON THE ROOT ENTRY ZONE OF THE LEFT NERVE Vlll..Plus there is aprox. 1.2 x o.7 cm CFS ...

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I had a stroke due to a bilateral vertebral dissection on April 16th and then another 2.5cm tear on my left vertebral artery in august. I have to fly from Denver to north Carolina the 28th ...

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vertebral arteries, most probably due to external compression by cervical disc disease. No evidence ...

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of the posterior origin of the occipital artery from the internal carotid artery at the C2 level. Both vertebral arteries are patent and codominant, giving rise to a normal basilar artery. CTscan impression states ...

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vertebral artery appears hypoplastic with basilar artery only filled from the left vertebral artery ...

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is obviously sore, but my vision is seemingly normal. I m worried there could have been vertebral artery damage ...

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My daughter just had a test for her inner ears due to ongoing episodes of vertigo. She passed the inner ear tests, but failed the vertebral artery screening test. she became very dizzy, tired and her ...

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be a vertebral artery dissection and the chiari finding was just incidental. Any help to look at the MRI? ...

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, tortuous vertebral artery,inner ears are normal.What should i do next. 1)Are these symptoms associated ...

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high grade Chiari malformation WILL be associated with narrowing of the vertebral arteries. Low grade is iffy. Sometimes the chiari causes it, sometimes the artery is normal.

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Even this looks like a TIA. Its a neurogenic symptomatology. Recurrent Tia's are at high risk of thrombotic strokes. So please get evaluated - MRI brain, bilateral carotid and vertebral artery Doppler. Neurogenic paresthesias- take neurobion forte twice a day for 5 days.