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What are the symptoms of carotid stenosis?

Most people have no symptoms of carotid stenosis (it is asymptomatic). Many do not they have the condition, or it can be found randomly by medical examination. These individuals tend elevated risk of drips and stroke later.

People who have already had the drip or stroke once, have a higher risk of recurrence.

Stroke and the drip can take in many ways. So-called TIA-attack is brief (lasting less than 24 hours), and the symptoms go to way back. At the stroke can result in permanent damage. Common symptoms include weakness strength, temporary blindness, loss of sensing ability, difficulty speaking, sudden dizziness, fainting or balance.

Often, only one of these symptoms are present.

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