What are veins?
Vascular veins are blood vessels that are formed in the brain, spinal cord, and chest wall.
They are usually white in color, and are often referred to as blood vessels.
They connect to blood vessels in the muscles of the neck, the thoracic spine, and the heart.
The veins are sometimes called arteries.
A stroke is when the heart stops and the blood flow stops.
A small amount of blood travels through the veins to the brain.
The brain’s blood vessels are made of platelets that circulate through the body and connect to the other tissues.
The platelets help keep blood pressure down.
A stroke occurs when a portion of the blood vessel in the body ruptures.
Vascular stroke is a very rare condition.
According to the National Institutes of Health, there are about 200,000 strokes in the United States each year, and only a few people have a life-threatening stroke.