What Is An Intracranial Vascular Lesion?

Intracranial vascular lesions may at times cause tinnitus of aneurism or an arteri-venous malformation. Normally, arteri-venous deformity or malformation is characterized by irregular or abnormal connection between the vein and the artery. This causes the arterial blood to enter directly into the veins without passing through the capillaries.  

In general, arteri-venous deformity refers to an abnormal connection which causes the blood to flow from a high pressure artery towards a low pressure artery. It may perhaps cause bleeding in the brain. In this case, it leads to brain hemorrhage which has fatal consequences. Such a condition can prove fatal and may even result in the death of a person.

Tinnitus or ringing in the ears is a symptom that may be caused due to a number of reasons. This symptom is usually experienced by many people. However, do not take the situation in a lighter vein. It may be the symptom of an intracranial vascular lesion, which can have serious consequences.

The noninvasive method for detecting such lesions involves recording and analysis of intracranial blood flow sounds. This is done using a transducer which records the sounds. Next, these sounds are amplified and converted into digital data that offers spectral analysis.

There are many kinds of treatments for this condition. These incorporate surgeries and embolization of the affected blood vessels. Surgery is an effective therapy for treatment of this condition. However, one must opt for surgical solutions after consulting experts or specialists.

Interventional neuroradiology (INR) can also offer treatment for the diseases of the central nervous system, particularly intracranial vascular lesions. It is done through endovascular access for delivering therapeutic agents that includes both devices and drugs.

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