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Brain Stem Stroke Symptoms
The driver or you?: Not sure what you are asking, but let's assume, you got rear ended, and it caused a stroke, at the base of your brain. If you have atherosclerosis, with brittle blood vessels, and arthritic degeneration of the cervical spine, the vertebral artery can be torqued in the foramen transversarum in the neck and result in a stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Upper motor neuron: A stroke often causes weakness after injuring fibers within what is called the corticospinal tract. This runs through the brain stem. After the weakness recovers, residual effects may be tightness (increased muscle tone) and increased reflexes. These may persist years after a stroke. ...Read more
Neck pain for months following mva was in back seat rear ended. Bulging and hernaited disks,
pinched nerve c5-t1? Tos can I get a brain stem stroke ?
I have just been diagnsed with brain stem ischemia after a fall 5 years ago. It is chronic and stable. I continue to have symptoms. Is there any tx?
Anatomy = function: The different brain regions control different functions. At the same time, they are interconnected. A brainstem lesion can cause any number of cranial neuropathies, impaired breathing, and in some cases, death. Cortical lesions can affect muscle strength, personality, language, etc. See a neurologist for further discussion. http://www.webmd.com/brain/picture-of-the-brain ...Read more
See a neurologist: Primary progressive multiple sclerosis is a form of MS based on the timeline of your symptoms. In order to be diagnosed with PPMS, you must first have a diagnosis of MS by a neurologist. Secondly, you must have a clinical course that is indicative of PPMS - it can only be diagnosed over time. See a neurologist for further evaluation. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/multiplesclerosis.html ...Read more
I have been having some MS like symptoms. Mri shows brain stem lesions n fluid on optic nerve sheaths. Could this be ms?
I have no movement on the left part of the body due to brain stroke. Is it possible to cure it by stem cell therapy?
Not at this time: There have been some research trials in stem cell therapy for paralysis from stroke but unfortunately no breakthroughs to my knowledge. The university of pittsburgh medical school has been out in front with this type of research. Hopefully someday there will be a treatment that can reverse paralysis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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