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What is the treatment for posterior inferior cerebellar artery syndrome?

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In brief: Stroke

Pica occlusion can cause a complex brainstem cerebellar syndrome, and is usually a consequence of obstruction in the vertebral-basilar circulation at the base of brain.
Although many meds will be useful, a combination of physical therapy, vestibular rehab, and occupational therapy will often be best. Do not neglect medication to prevent future strokes, such as aggrenox.

In brief: Stroke

Pica occlusion can cause a complex brainstem cerebellar syndrome, and is usually a consequence of obstruction in the vertebral-basilar circulation at the base of brain.
Although many meds will be useful, a combination of physical therapy, vestibular rehab, and occupational therapy will often be best. Do not neglect medication to prevent future strokes, such as aggrenox.
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