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Is a blood clot [ in the brain] the same thing as cancer?

A: blood clot in the brain is a tuma , it was on house :) Different things completely, cancer is cells that have gone bad, a blood clot is a blood clot which may cause stroke or similar if it bursts. Sounds like your friend is ATIT..! A blood clot occurs can occur if a blood vessel is damaged or passage thru the blood vessel is slow. Both of these cause platelets (the thing in blood which is responsible for clotting), to aggregate, leading to clot formation. Cancer is where normal body cells start...


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What does it mean when I received my Mri results of the brain and the doctor said my blood vessels in my brain are narrowing

A: What he ment to say is:  the "net" diameter of your vains (the diameter that the bood can flow) is decreasing.  That means less blood is reaching the brain (and that in turn means less oxygen reaches the brain cells).   the best thing you can do (in fact you MUST do) is sport ! ( + proper diet !). Here is some medical information about the MRI of the head. It is from MedlinePlus, a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and

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Is it possible to cause a ruptured blood vessel in your brain by blowing your nose?

A: I can understand why this might be concerning, but I am pretty sure this type of thing is pretty common. I remember doing chin-up once when I got this sudden, horrible pain at the back of my head. It went away pretty quickly and never came back but it scared me quite a bit. I am not sure how to explain what happens when this occurs but I would guess that the pressure from the exertion is causing a rise in pressure on the vessels in the head and neck and that this causes a rupture of a small vessel or else a rapid compression or expansion of that vessel that causes the pain. Once the pressure...


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What does it mean to have a blook clot in the brain,?

A: A blood clot anywhere in the body is a clump of blood cells that clogs a blood vessel. A clot is always serious, but in the brain it is especially serious because it can cut off oxygen to parts of the brain, causing brain damage. Yes, it is possible to survive a blood clot in the brain, somtimes with brain damage, sometimes without. It will all depend on where the clot is, how big it is, how long it has been there, what...


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  What does minor ischemic changes mean in the brain.

A: Hi, decreased blood supply to any part is called ischemia. This occurs to due blocking of the blood vesselsthrough a thrombus or an embolus. If this block occurs in the blood vessels supplying the brain, it leads toischemic changes in the brain. This occurs mostly in association with Diabetes, Hypertension andHypercholesterolemia. As people age, minor ischemic changes can be seen on a CT or MRI of brain but if seen inlarge amounts, they signify

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Medical Health about internal bleeding in the brain and if this can lead to sudden death

A: Hi there.these phenomenon really happens. Bleeding can occur spontaneously inside the brain in persons who areotherwise normal and no symptoms at all.the bleeding can come from an asymptomatic arterio-venous malformation (AVM''s) or from spontaneousrupture of asymptomatic arterial aneurysms in the blood vessels of the brain.Unfortunately, this phenomenon is most commonly observed in young, female patients who are otherwise healthy. there is also no proven way of...


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What can happen if you have bad/narrowing blood vessels to your brain?

A: i don''t kno you could have a stroke due to decreased blood flow to the brain. there are some preventive meds, you should get a second opinion and help before you have a major stroke. Narrowed arteries n the brain are same as narrowed arteries in the heart. In the heart they cause heart attack, in the brain they cause stroke. However, like the heart, brain arteries can often be fixed and re-expanded. See a Neuro and good luck. strokes would be...


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What Causes A Small Bleed In the brain?

A: A brain bleed can be caused by head trauma, aneurysm, high blood pressure, blood vessel abnormalites, liver disease, all of which can lead to a stroke or even death. Many things can take place that causes a bleed in the brain. Sometimes smoking can cause this and sometimes when there are many spots like this it can be a sign of MS. Small bleeding into the brain is usually caused by an injury in people under 50. High blood pressure and bleeding disorders can also cause small bleeds. See a doctor! Bleeding in brain or

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If a blood clot in the femoral vein of the lower left limb breaks loose where is it most likely to go?

A: lungs, heart, or brain. thru the heart and get lodged in the lungs....it will not pass thru the circulatory system of the lungs to get to the brain...clots that cause strokes do not originate in the peripheral veins... blood clots can stay or move throughout the vascular system. If a blood clot is attached it is called a thrombus. If it breaks loose it is called an embolus. After the embolus leaves the femoral vein, it will go into the inferior...


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What Causes A Small Bleed In the brain?

A: A brain bleed can be caused by head trauma, aneurysm, high blood pressure, blood vessel abnormalites, liver disease, all of which can lead to a stroke or even death. Many things can take place that causes a bleed in the brain. Sometimes smoking can cause this and sometimes when there are many spots like this it can be a sign of MS. Small bleeding into the brain is usually caused by an injury in people under 50. High blood pressure and bleeding disorders can also cause small bleeds. See a doctor! Bleeding in brain or

 
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