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Subclavian steal syndrome

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Subclavian steal syndrome is a condition when the blood flow in a vertebral artery reverses due to significant narrowing or occlusion of the subclavian artery just before the origin of the vertebral artery. The symptoms in arms present as pain and other ischemic symptoms. Symptoms due to the lack of blood flow to the posterior circulation. Posterior circulation symptoms are Dizziness Vertigo Blurred vision Diplopia Near-syncope upon exercise of a specific arm Upload your images here: for an expert opinion

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  • 3316 Rochambeau Avenue, The Bronx, NY, USA


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