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Cerebral arteries are pathways that carry blood throughout the brain. Unlike carotid arteries, cerebral arteries are much smaller and can become blocked more easily. Cerebrovascular stenosis is the blockage of these arteries, which can greatly increase chance of stroke or transient ischemic attacks—also known as TIAs or mini strokes.
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