Thrombosis is the interruption of blood flow by a clot in the blood vessels. Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis occurs when an artery in the brain forms a blood clot. Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis is the general term for artery blood clots in the brain and when the blood clots is in a specific place, the Thrombosis is named after that area. Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis is usually caused by meningitis, surgery to the head or neck, blood disorders, or pregnancy. The symptoms of Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis include blurred vision, headaches, difficulty speaking, seizures, and signs of a stroke. Cerebral Arterial Thrombosis is treated with anticoagulants and sometimes Thrombolysis is injected into the clot site to break it down.
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