Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency

What is Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency?

Chronic Cerebrospinal venous insufficieny is a compromised flow of blood in the veins draining the central nervous system.

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Hi, My father has undergone angioplasty in May 2010. He felt little dull and not much active in the last few months and we consulted doctor. Doctor...

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MANY HEART MEDICINES CAUSES ALLERGIEZS
BUT WE HAVE TO MAINTAIN THE HERAT FOR LIVING SO THESE ARE MINOR THINGS
YOU CAN ADD ANTIALLERGIC AND ANTACID...

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Hi my dad is 74 years old is a diabetic and pressure patient. Over two weeks ago he felt whenever he ate as if the food was in the chest area and...

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Any patient with heart disease and recent intervention with such symptoms must be taken back to his/ her Cardiologist to rule out...

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