About Me: Female, 57, taunton, MA, member since Oct 2011
i am a brain aneurysm coil/stent survivor. I recently have had pain in the right eye caused by palsey of the nerves, dr's are discussing open surgery without clipping ..trying to actually figure out what they are talking about: (heart lung machine, bringing blood flo
[More]w to a stop while doing surgery),,to alleviate pain.
"I too had surgery on a right carotid artery..stenting and coiling..non invasive, non craniotomy..however that was 5 years ago and took three surgeries...I am now experiencing the same problems with my right eye, nerve damage of several o..."
"apx 5 years ago I underwent 4 procedures for a giant right carotid aneurysm, stenting and coiling. Things seemed to be going fine until the last surgery...well not too bad ..but i started to develop a palsy to the nerves of my right eye..."
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