Strokes and how they happen: now we are getting really technical.
The International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Research states...
... "The paralysis of vertebro-basilar
stroke can be calamitous, and some forms have high rates of death. Many cases of vertebrobasilar disease remain undiagnosed or falsely diagnosed. Some common symptoms associated
are dizziness or transient loss of consciousness. Vertebro-basilar disease is a broad classification
expresses the condition where there is an insufficient shipment of blood flow via the vertebral
and/or basilar arteries to the brain. Blood is shipped to the brain through the carotid and vertebral
The vertebral arteries are situated at the back of the neck and fuse at the base of the brain to form the basilar artery. The vertebral and basilar arteries supply blood to considerable structures in the brain. oping vestibular dysfunction.
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We fully acknowledge the authors of the report Sai Krishna. G*1 , Komal Krishna.T2 , Sai Teja.T1 , Krupa Sagar.Y1. Sourced 4 June 2020.. Int. J. Pharm. Med. Res. 2016; 4(5):368-371 ISSN: 2347-7008.