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Doctor insights on: Treatments For Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

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What is the treatment for venous insufficiency?

What is the treatment for venous insufficiency?

Close bad veins: When superficial veins are insufficient, they are structurally broken. The vein walls are too stiff and don't have enough elastic in them. Vein valves that keep blood from flowing backwards are broken too. Nothing works right in these veins and we don't the technological ability to fix them yet. So we remove them. This can be done with surgery, sclerotherapy, and/or thermal ablation (laser/rf). ...Read more

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What are the treatments for IgA insufficiency?

What are the treatments for  IgA insufficiency?

Prevention: Although IgA cannot be replaced like igg deficiency, persons with IgA deficiency who experience recurrent infections should practice good hygiene, receive immuniztions and in some circumstances may benefit from prophylactic antibiotics. Many people lack IgA but do not experience recurrent infections. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for venous insufficiency?

What is the best treatment for venous insufficiency?

See vein specialist: Your best choice is to see a vein specialist and be evaluated. Then you can get a recommendation that is specifically tailored to your needs. You will need a venous ultrasound evaluation to see if you have any underlying vein trouble that isn't visible at the surface. If you do and you have symptoms, treatment should be considered. Otherwise, compression stockings might be considered. ...Read more

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What are the treatment options for venous insufficiency?

What are the treatment options for venous insufficiency?

Vein treatment menu: Venous insufficiency in the superficial system consists of endovenous thermal, chemical or mechanical abletion of saphenous veins. Smaller branches are eliminated by injections or surgical removal (phlebectomy). Deep veins are treated by compression. Conservative treatment is compression, elevation, weight loss or pain medication. ...Read more

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What are the causes and symptoms of Vertebrobasilar insufficiency, can you die from it?

What are the causes and symptoms of Vertebrobasilar insufficiency, can you die from it?

Vertibrobasilar: Usually in older ,it is atherosclerosis/stenosis. Can have visual disturbances, balance, auditory issues,spinning while still, drop attack,dizzy when turning head,strokes. It is diagnosed via MRA(magnetic angiogram), Likely your ringing is from allergies and middle ear congestion. Would anyway check your lipid profile, take meds if HTN and no smoking to avoid risk factors. f/u w/ doc ...Read more

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What is the treatment for ovarian insufficiency?

What is the treatment for ovarian insufficiency?

Trying to conceive?: If not trying to conceive: bone density scan, calcium, vitamin d, and hormone replacement with estrogen and progestin. We look for and treat any adrenal insufficiency. If you're trying to conceive, 5-10% of women with poi will get pregnant on their own after diagnosis, but if you truly have poi we don't have good fertility treatments using your own eggs. Egg donation or embryo donation are best. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for vascular insufficiency?

What is the best treatment for vascular insufficiency?

Prevent/intervention: Vascular disease, like dr. Peter corrado states, needs a team approach as its a silent disease. Medical therapies; antiplatelets, antihypertensives, blood sugar control and lipid control/statins. Monitoring; ultrasound and vascular exams to intervene with stents, balloons or surgery before a cardiovascular event. Most important stop or decrease the nictotine addiction. ...Read more

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What test do you use to detect vertebrobasilar insufficiency? is vertigo its only symptom? is it life threatening if left untreated?

What test do you use to detect vertebrobasilar insufficiency?  is vertigo its only symptom? is it life threatening if left untreated?

VBI: Angiography, no, and can be. See http://m.stroke.ahajournals.org/content/31/8/2011.full.pdf by Lou Caplan, one of the world's top stroke docs and a heck of a nice guy. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for primary ovarian insufficiency?

What is the treatment for primary ovarian insufficiency?

Trying to conceive?: If not trying to conceive: bone density scan, calcium, vitamin d, and hormone replacement with estrogen and progestin. We look for and treat any adrenal insufficiency. If you're trying to conceive, 5-10% of women with poi will get pregnant on their own after diagnosis, but if you truly have poi we don't have good fertility treatments using your own eggs. Egg donation or embryo donation are best. ...Read more