Procedure for Cerebral Angioplasty


What is Cerebral Angioplasty Treatment?

In the recent years, the treatment of a heart disease has seen a revolution of sorts because of the technique of angioplasty. Just like cardiac angioplasty, Cerebral Angioplasty can also repeat the same success in the field of brain tumors and related ailments. Cerebral angioplasty is a process where the blocked blood vessels are opened within the brain.

How much is the Angioplasty Recovery time?

The period of recovery is dependent on the part of your brain on which the procedure is being done. If it is a sensitive part, then the expected recovery period may increase.

Frequently asked questions related to Meningioma FAQs

Question: What are the major side effects of an angiogram?

Answer: Angiogram Side effects in an elaborated form can prove to become Angiogram risks complications. Some of the complications and side effects are as follows:

  • Loss of consciousness for the time being(the recovery period may vary from person to person)
  • TIA or Transient Ischemic Attack is a stroke-like condition that can worsen and lead to a full-fledged stroke in some cases.
  • Stroke
  • Paralysis on one side of the body
  • Formation of blood clots which is also known as embolus
  • Bleeding or hemorrhage
  • Hematoma formation where the collection of blood in a certain part causes swelling

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