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  • Revolutionizing Treatment for IIH

    Venous sinus stenting is a new, minimally invasive procedure that has the potential to cure pulsatile tinnitus and IIH — nearly instantly. About VSS

Pseudotumor cerebri

About Pseudotumor Cerebri
Pseudotumor cerebri is a common name for idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH), a condition that consists of high pressure in the fluid around the brain. Learn more >

VSSSymptoms of IIH (Pseudotumor Cerebri)
Pseudotumor cerebri generally causes the same symptoms as any disorder that involves increased pressure in the skull.
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Revolutionizing Treatment for IIH


Revolutionizing Treatment for IIH
This innovative new trial is testing the effectiveness of stent placement in patients. Learn more >

 


Patient StoriesPatient Stories
Our doctors work with patients to alleviate their symptoms. Read their stories here >

 

The IIH Stent Team at Weill Cornell Medicine