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Hypoplasia in the a1 segment of the Anterior Cerebral Artery

A 20 year old female asks –

Hi. I’m 20 years old and I had a CT scan after I delivered my daughter because of my daily headaches, showing “hypoplasia in the a1 segment of the anterior cerebral artery” could you please explain to me what it means and what symptoms could come from that.

I am on metoprolol, iron, synthroid, vistaril. I have a past history of daily headaches for a year. Have lightheadedness daily. hypothyroidism. enlarged spleen. anemia. weight gain. tachycardia. high blood pressure. mitral valve prolapse. recurrent uti’s.

Thank you

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