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Symptoms Of Blocked Artery In Arm
Arteries are defined as blood vessels which carry blood away from the heart (to either the body or lungs). Arteries: higher pressure, thicker walls, stretch (pulse) with each heart contraction & deliver blood to the arterioles which control the flow to individual capillaries. Veins are blood vessels which carry blood from capillaries back to the heart (body to right heart; ...Read more
I have small right vertebral artery. Get pain over this area and right carotid artery often, which precedes attacks of vertigo and migraine. Stroke?
Atypical migraine: See neurologistGet a more detailed answer ›
Can a pinched vertebral artery in your neck cause a pulsating sensation in or around your head of the other arteries?
Vertebral artery: No. A pinched (stenotic) vertebral artery may not have any symptoms if the opposite vertebral artery is large enough to carry the additional flow. When there is blockage of one vertebral artery and poor collateral flow from other arteries then the pinched vertebral artery can cause imbalance, spinning of the room (vertigo), and light headedness or fainting. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of having an aneurysm in your carotid artery? my left side of neck is sore and blood vessels are straining also have heart palps
Mass: An expansile / pulsitile mass with a thrill. . ...Read more
What would cause vasculitis in rt carotid artery and temporal arteries (or effect arteries of neck and head)? Past injury or vad a possible cause?
Coarctation of aorta: In this condition, there is a narrowing in the aorta, the main artery coming out of the heart and bringing blood to the body. It would be common for this to result in lower blood pressure in the left arm, and one might feel this as a temperature difference. Children and adults with coarctation should be followed by a cardiologist with expertise in this condition. ...Read more
CAD in men: Often there are no symptoms until patients develop chest pain or angina. The pain may be in the chest, shoulder, jaw, epigastric area or arm. Usually there are associated with other symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea, lightheadedness and/or diaphoresis. The hallmark of cardiac chest pain is that it comes and goes with activity and resolves with rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An MRA confirmed that I have nutcracker syndrome in my left renal vein and right hepatic artery arising from the proximal Superior mesenteric artery. Could this be the cause of my uncontrolled BP &HR?
Yes: Limitation of blood flow to a kidney will typically raise BP. Often in such a case the BP will be very difficult to control with meds unless the blood flow is restored. A stent in the renal artery may help, but there are several studies suggesting that if meds can control the BP, then procedural risks may not be warranted. You should consult with a vascular surgeon or interventional radiologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why compressing both left and right common carotid arteries leads to brain death when vertebral arteries(and also circle of willis) still supply .
Carotid occlusion: The vertebral arteries are not enough to sustain the entire blood brain perfusion. They contribute to the anterior circulation by means of the posterior communicating arteries. There are common anatomical variants and in some cases these arteries are not patent or existent. The situation you describe may and most likely cause a massive brain infarction with subsequent brain herniation/death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What part of the heart would receive less blood if the were a blockage in the left main coronary artery?
Left main: most of the blood to the left ventricle passes thru the left main. That is why it is such a serious lesion. ...Read more
Could blocking only one of the left and right common carotid arteries lead to complete brain death?
Unlikely: The blood flow to the brain comes from anterior circulation, the carotids, and posterior, the basilar branching into the 2 vertebrals. Complete unilateral carotid thrombosis could cause a significant stroke but the collateral circulation could mitigate the damage, and preserve substantial function. ...Read more
Not a sign of plaque: 30% block in your carotid artery will not cause pain in your neck area.It is an indicator that it can compromise the blood flow to the brain if gets worse.One has to control the LDL levels in blood and bring it down with statins and diet.If it it prgresses to 60% or more, than you will need endarterectomy and reduce the chances of it leading to stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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