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There are a wide variety of causes for Cerebral Venous Disease including: Experiencing a Trauma, Being Pregnant, taking Oral Contraceptives or having an Inherited Condition that makes your blood clot easily.


While it can be difficult to pinpoint a singular cause for Cerebral Venous Disease, the result is usually an

obstruction or abnormality in the blood vessels

near or around your brain.

Some other common causes include:

  • Vascular malformations

  • Abnormal cerebral pressures

  • Idiopathic intracranial hypertension

  • Unique blood flow patterns

  • Tumors

  • Jugular diverticulum

  • Venous aneurysm

These underlying conditions can be addressed through a variety of medical procedures, however, the goal of our innovative Sonorous Venous Stent System can provide immediate relief from the intense and debilitating symptoms of the Cerebral Venous Disease.


Normal Blood Flow


Restricted Blood Flow

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