Lateral medullary syndrome

What is Lateral medullary syndrome?

Lateral medullary syndrome (also called Wallenberg syndrome and posterior inferior cerebellar artery syndrome) is a disorder in which the patient has a constellation of neurologic symptoms due to injury to the lateral part of the medulla in the brain, resulting in tissue ischemia and necrosis.

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I have lateral medullary syndrome caused by lateral medullary infarct / dissection of vertebral artery which is 100% closed off. The cva occured in...

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There is no need to call the doctor.

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I have lateral medullary syndrome caused by lateral medullary infarct / dissection of vertebral artery which is 100% closed off. The cva occured in...

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Could be related to the old stroke.

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On thursday I had an episode with vertigo and vomiting, now I feel like my head is in a constant fog any connection to the vertigo?...

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there is connection constant fog and vertigo

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