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Is ventricular systolic dysfunction (RVSD) linked with brain aneurysms

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I've a small brain aneurysm (last check 3 year ago as I don't fit criteria to be monitored) I've now read I've developed ventricular systolic dysfunction (RVSD). 3 year fell ill. Told...viral, viral, viral...chest/throat/ear infection, left untreated. Stroke like attack...brain scan flagged up a brain aneurysm. No spinal or heart scan even though complained of both. Burning, hot running water in all three areas. Intense pain, continuous daily pain in brain and spine. Yet no scans given on spine. Recent scan on heart, flagged up ventricular systolic dysfunction (RVSD).
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