Wolff-parkinson-white Syndrome

Wolff-Parkinson-white Syndrome is a rare condition in infants with rapid beats resulting from an electrical pathway between the upper and lower heart chambers. Symptoms include palpitations, anxiety, fatigue, chest pain, difficulty breathing, lightheadedness, and shortness of breath. In addition, it manifests as grayish or bluish skin color, restlessness, rapid breathing, and reduced food intake in infants.

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I have headaches every day and not able to do my work. Is there a treatment that can help me?

Query: Hi doctor, I have a deep white matter shown on my MRI. I have some spots on my left lobe. The doctor says me that it is caused due to headache and it is not MS. What it is?   Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. These types of spots are known as nonspecific white matter hyperintensities. They are seen in patients with advancing age, in hypertensive conditions, in smokers, and in patients with migraine. Your doctor has told you the right diagnosis. It can be due to migraine head...  Read Full »

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