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What are the peripheral vessels

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I had anMRIwhich showed extensive small vessel ischemic disease of the pons. I have had peripheral numbness . is this related. What does it mean? ...

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I have noticed bilateral skin mottling in my limbs . It looks as if my peripheral veins are outlined in red with a pale center. ...

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I am 31 years old and experiencing faint black shadow on right side of peripheral vision of left ... happended due to inflammation of vessel walls. I am healthy person, fitness freak and doesn t have habits ...

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Hypertension with peripheral neuropathy and numbness of feet. Engored blood vessels in lower extremities upon rising from bed. ...

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Hello....I have alleged mild to moderate peripheral artery disease that has caused claudication ... on an ABI tests and cause false readings. In addition, can compression of the micro-vessels of a nerve root ...

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. They said that it was essentially normal, except for a couple of small vessels on the left side of his head ... noted intermittent peripheral flashes of light in his left eye. His vision is normal, with no headaches ...

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My boyfriend is 63 years old, having peripheral neuropathy symptoms in his hands and feet. He ... ago and did have some very small white spots but he was told these were blood vessels and common ...

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If you could describe in the most simplest terms possible

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DEAR DOCTOR,I AM SUFFERING FROM PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY DUE TO EXCESSIVE USE OF ALCOHOL, ALSO MY MOTHER WAS SUFFERING FROM NEUROPATHY DUE TO WEAKNESS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. I AM USING PREGABID FORTE 75 ...

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hi my name is kevin , I am failing peripheral vision test and I cant understand it . I had a small ... not disputing the test results I just cant relate what I can see to what she can see on readout.i am 73 and am ...

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What is the cause of Peripheral Neuropathy, and what is a persons life span that has it in feet and legs? I have no balance, and no Diabetes. Toes have little or no movement, lower legs are ice cold ...

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Today I experienced for about five minutes a pulsating peripheral vision, the effect was as if an overhead fan was turning and pulsing the light. Primary vision was good; I could read with no problem. I m ...

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I was just diagnosed with periferal neuropathy. I was recently found to be a borderline diabetic. MY sugar was 165 with fasting. They pricked my finger today with another kind of test. I had eaten 2 hours earlier. MY sugar was 87. Is that high for...

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I am scheduled for an EMG tomorrow - I have been experiencing what I am told is peripherl ...-existent now. I am considering cancelling the EMG. If I go through with it, what can possibly be found, and ...

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I think i have peripheral neuropathy. Did emg conductive test back and spine MRI. Waiting on results of brain MRI ( but dr said he would call asap if they found something there and they haven t ...

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meet a cardiologist for stenting. what percentage block?

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this can because by a number of different possibilities including injury, infection or inflammation. Also if there is any problem with high blood pressure this could also contribute to this finding

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Hi, First, should understand what is causing persistent high blood pressure to you: - foods? - stress? - alcohol? tobacco use? - peripheral blood vessels problems? - atherosclerosis? - metabolic diseases: diabetes? high blood cholesterol? - pre/menopause syndrome? Depending on the cause, specific treatment will be prescribed. Dr.Albana