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Hello, I have since 4month permanently visual snow and when i blink I have colored lines ..already had eye exam.im 19 can I have bad brain circulation?
Merits an exam.: For visual symptoms as described, one should seek an examination by an ophthalmologist. It would be prudent not to delay since some problems require surgery on an urgent basis. ...Read more
In de novo epilepsy (age 67) MRI shows signs of slightly poor brain circulation. Is medication for circulation advised? The patient is now on TEGRETOL
Brain circulaton-sz: Why poor circulation ? ischemia (from clogged vessels)? hypoplastic vessels ( born with small vessels? carotids? Did MRI show stroke? Do they have a fib? was the seizure due to stroke/ TIA ( rare)? has the doctor discussed aspirin 81 mg or plavix or plental or fish oil ( blood thinners so may cause bleeding) ? f/u and discuss w/neurology http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11286042 ...Read more
Geriatric epilepsy unknown etiology patient on TEGRETOL . Short memory loss and signs of poor brain circulation(MRI), drugs advised?Cavinton ?
What to do if i heard that when you pass out it cuts off oxygen circulation to the brain. Is that true?
Ciculation: Yes this is exactly why you pass out in the first place. I hope this helps. ...Read more
It's required: Your brain needs a continuous supply of oxygen and glucose. Those essential ingredients reach your brain through the blood circulation. In France, from 1793-1794, the Jacobins devised an efficient method of depriving the brains of about 40,000 citizens of their circulation instantaneously with devastating effects. ...Read more
Hard to say: Normally no, but poor circulation to the brain can result in less oxygen flow to the brain and possibly more pressure buildup. Headaches have many causes. I would see a doctor and provide a history of your headaches and get a thorough exam and whatever testing might be needed to rule out more serious issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Brain MRI result:there is signal void from the anterior and posterior circulation. Is this good or bad? Should i worry and seek for help?
More context needed: The best answer to your question will come from the person who ordered the test. The words used are radiology "shop talk" and often don't mean much in and of themselves. Most of the time, no worries...Sometimes, yes. Since you're so young ; since you've had not just an MRI but mra too then, again, your physician must've had reason to order these tests. They will have the answers you seek. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I did brain MRI some of the results are: there's signal void from the interior and posterior circulation. What does it means?
Need more info: This is likely a statement from the findings section of the mri. Please check the final impression of the report and review the results of your scan with your doctor who ordered the scan. Unfortunately, it is difficult to provide you with more information without seeing the images and reviewing the report. ...Read more
Brain MRI result: there is no signal void from the anterior and posterior circulation what's the medical definition of it and is it bad or not?
Signal Void Brain: On mri, in certain sequences there should be a lack of signal (ie. A black appearance) within the blood vessels. This normal appearance suggests that blood is flowing normally within these blood vessels. If there is a lack of signal void, this could suggest either abnormal blood flow or a complete lack of blood flow. This is abnormal and is concerning. Oftentimes this is associated with a stroke. ...Read more
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