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Cerebral venous disease can occur when a

stenosis forms in the brain's venous sinuses.

This stenosis is from an external origin and creates symptoms such as pulsatile tinnitus.

As a result, a pressure gradient is created, preventing blood from draining properly creating a sound synchronous to your heart beat.


Symptoms of Cerebral Venous Diseases include:

  • Chronic Headaches

  • Blurred Vision

  • Fainting or loss of consciousness

  • Loss of control over movement in part of the body

  • Seizures

These symptoms can prove to be dangerous and debilitating severely affecting a patient's quality of life.

Effective and urgent treatment is needed to address the effects of the symptoms and their underlying causes.

Soronous cerebral venous diseases
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