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Wallenberg’s syndrome: Symptoms, causes, and treatment

Wallenberg’s syndrome, or lateral medullary syndrome as it is known medically, is a condition affecting the central nervous system. It is often caused by a stroke occurring in the brain stem, specifically in the lateral aspect of the medulla. When oxygen-rich blood cannot reach parts of the brain stem due to a stroke or other condition, many symptoms can occur. Some people may be more at risk for Wallenberg’s syndrome than others, though this is not straightforward. Treatment typically involves reducing or improving symptoms. The long-term outlook for people with…

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