What is a moyamoya blood vessel?
Abnormal new blood vessels that form at the site of pain
Blood vessels increase during the repair process where the area is inflamed due to damage or repeated stress.
Abnormal blood vessels that form at the cause of pain appear hazy and blurry on angiographic images, so these new blood vessels are called “moyamoya blood vessels” for the sake of clarity.
Moyamoya blood vessels usually disappear once and for all, and then disappear, but it is known that pathological nerves are also growing near the pathological new blood vessels that have not disappeared for some reason. increase. In addition to emitting pain signals, these are thought to cause prolonged pain such as frozen shoulder, low back pain, and knee pain due to increased local tissue pressure due to increased morbid blood flow. In general, people over the age of 40 are more likely to experience prolonged pain because their ability to naturally reduce blood vessels is weakened.
Since the moyamoya blood vessels that have passed more than 3 months do not disappear easily, we treat them by combining injection therapy and locomotor catheter therapy depending on the degree of symptoms. In particular, locomotor catheters are very powerful and can be expected to reduce inflammation extensively.
Who is the target?
- Generally, prolonged pain for 3 months or more (chronic pain: acute pain may improve spontaneously)
- Those who have a policy of not performing surgery at other hospitals, but the pain does not improve
- Surgery Those who have received treatment including sickness at another hospital, but still have pain
- Those who are said to have “pain of unknown cause” at medical institutions
- Those who cannot get rid of pain even if they continue to attend acupuncture, massage, rehabilitation, etc. ..
- Those who cannot quit painkillers (If you continue to take painkillers, your stomach and kidneys will get worse)
- Pain caused by repeated movements in sports and work
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