Basal ganglia infarction
We study 280 reports of Basal ganglia infarction (disruption of the blood flow in the small blood vessels in the white matter of the cerebral cortex) now. The information that eHealthMe analyzes includes:
- Medications that treat Basal ganglia infarction and their effectiveness
- Drugs that could cause Basal ganglia infarction
- Conditions that could cause Basal ganglia infarction
- Common Basal ganglia infarction symptoms
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Drugs that could cause Basal ganglia infarction
Conditions that could cause Basal ganglia infarction
Most common Basal ganglia infarction symptoms
- Breathing difficulty - (2 reports)
- Heart rate increased - (1 reports)
- Oxygen saturation decreased - (1 reports)
- Epilepsy - (1 reports)
- Cerebral infarction - (1 reports)
- Dysphoria - (1 reports)
- Cerebrovascular disorder - (1 reports)
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