Can someone please help I have diagnosed with flares in my pons
And high T2 can anyone please help I do have. Other Neurological problems in speech, neuropathic leg pain, bad gait,tremors and spasms my neurologist seems to think it is linked to vascular disease.
I take. Pramipexole and lyreca for some of the symptoms
What does the neurologist mean? And what. Treatment would be necessary
The high intensity signals could signify diminished blood flow. In Small vessel disease the lumen of the small blood vessels is narrowed causing a decrease in flow. To improve blood flow to these areas plavix is indicated. The drug is used to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and to treat peripheral vascular disease and claudication. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance.
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