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  • About Venous Sinus Stenting

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


What is venous sinus stenting?


What Is Venous Sinus Stenting?
This innovative new procedure has been shown to be effective in patients whose symptoms are caused by venous sinus stenosis. Read the journal article >

 


Patient StoriesPatient Stories
Our patients are our best ambassadors, so we've asked several of them to talk about how venous stenting helped to alleviate their symptoms. Read their stories here >

 

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 >

VSSAbout Pulsatile Tinnitus
Fortunately, pulsatile tinnitus can often be successfully treated and cured once its underlying cause is identified.
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The Venous Sinus Stenting Team at Weill Cornell Medicine