10 Blood Clot in Brain Symptoms

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Symptom #2: Visual Loss

A blood clot in the brain can cause monocular and binocular visual loss. Monocular vision loss occurs when there is loss of vision in one eye while binocular loss of vision occurs when it affects both eyes.

Although there are various causes of sudden visual loss, the commonest cause is ischemia, which is often due to mechanical obstruction such as a blood clot in the brain. Many of those affected describe it as a gradually descending gray curtain, dimming, blurring, or fogging vision.

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