Bulging, wiry veins, or vein bundles are found on the brain and spinal cord.
They’re often referred to as “bicep veins”, “bisping vein”, or “bulging vein”.
The brain and spine are lined with connective tissue, but the spinal cord is usually thinner, making them easier to see.
These veins may or may not have an artery or vein that runs through them.
They can also connect to other veins, such as those in the brain.
These bundles are called “neural pathways”.
If you have one of these, the brain may be affected by the abnormal electrical signals that they send, and can cause problems.
Your doctor can prescribe medication to control the symptoms.
If your veins become enlarged, it may cause headaches and other problems, and your doctor may prescribe a blood thinning drug.
If they’re enlarged, they may make it difficult for your brain to process information.
If you’re worried about your symptoms, talk to your doctor about a plan to treat them.
Bisping veins and brain damage These are the main types of bisping venous or brain damage that can cause damage to your brain.
They also may affect the nerves in your spinal cord, which may cause symptoms such as numbness, tingling or tingles.
You may also have problems with your eyesight, and this can cause vision problems.
Brain damage that’s caused by a blood clot or clotting disorder The most common cause of brain damage in people with Bispoviruses is blood clots, which are made by an enzyme called fibrinogen.
This causes a clot in the blood vessels of your brain, and the clot can grow over time, eventually blocking your brain and causing neurological problems.
These clots can also lead to other brain damage.
They usually have a size of about 1mm, but can grow to larger than that.
The amount of blood clot can also affect your brain by affecting how well it works.
This can cause changes in how it processes information, and it may lead to difficulties with learning and memory.
The main symptoms of Bispavirus (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) include: trouble thinking