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Is multiple CNS Vasculitis a brain strok
I was unconscious for 40 days after multiple CNS Vasculitis later Diagnosed with Brain & Spine TB and hydrocephalus. Is CNS Vasculitis a brain stroke or something else? Iam confused as I was in coma or not because i don't know that happened with me in 45 days. My family says my eyes were open but i didn't react anything. Was it coma or Normal unconscious.
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Due to vasculitis stroke can occur.. there is no normal unconscious like condition.. pls connect for details of admission
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According to your query and sign and symptom you want to know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment as you have mentioned as  above as . Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow any medicine or advise after consultation only from a good doctor. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods and • take home made food only and do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation  and please keep positive  attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life
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