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- Livedo Reticularis and Cerebrovascular Accidents
- Sneddon’s Syndrome
Sneddon syndrome is an unusual dynamic condition affecting the capillary defined by the association of a skin disease and also neurological irregularities. Qualities include multiple episodes of reduced blood flow to the mind (analytical ischemia) and bluish net-like patterns of discoloration on the skin bordering healthy- appearing skin (livedo reticularis). Significant symptoms might include headache, dizziness, unusually hypertension (high blood pressure), heart problem, mini-strokes, and/or stroke. Sores (infarcts) might develop within the main nervous system as a result of minimized blood circulation to the brain as well as could cause reduced psychological ability, memory loss, and/or various other neurological signs and symptoms. The specific source of Sneddon syndrome is unidentified.