Subclavian Steal Syndrome:
Symptoms of Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency resulting from subclavian steal.
Subclavian steal syndrome is a condition in which the artery that normally pumps blood from the heart to the brain becomes constricted or blocked, leading to a reversal in the direction of blood flow. The lack of blood supply to the brain can cause a person to experience dizziness, vision problems, arm numbness, and fainting episodes. Subclavian steal syndrome is usually caused by calcium and cholesterol buildups in the arteries, though blood clots or congenital defects can also lead to problems. In most cases, patients need to undergo surgical procedures to reopen or bypass the affected arteries.
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