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Understanding MRI results
Hello,
I've been having symptoms of dizziness and numbness in left leg, for several months. I received results of my MRI, all was clear, however there was a notation that I have an incidental developmental venous anomaly in lower right cerebellum. Could this be related to my dizziness?
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Hi,

Venous anomalies in the cerebellum are usually asymptomatic and as of now do not seem to be causing your current symptoms.
Venous anomalies can however result in brain hemorrhage and seizures if they rupture.

Hope this helps !

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