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CAUTION AND NON-SURGERY TREATMENT

Updated: Jun 2, 2022


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Atherosclerosis, called atherosclerosis, can be seen in the inner part of the jugular veins, as in the coronary arteries. The wall of a healthy artery is flexible and smooth, but due to obesity, smoking, high cholesterol and genetic factors, fatty substances, cholesterol wastes, and lime residues begin to accumulate on the carotid artery wall. As a result of the accumulation of these substances, plaques consisting of a layer of lime on the wall of the vessel are formed.

This results in loss of flexibility, stenosis, or occlusion in the carotid artery. Due to the stenosis, there is a decrease in blood flow to the brain. If the blood flow drops below the critical level, the oxygenation and nutrition of the brain is affected.

If the stenosis in the jugular veins is not treated in time and appropriately, it can cause a complete obstruction and lead to permanent stroke and brain damage.


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