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Fadar Oliver Otite, MD, is an assistant professor of neurology at Upstate.
Fadar Oliver Otite, MD, is an assistant professor of neurology at Upstate.

Cerebral venous thrombosis strokes are becoming more prevalent, though still rare

A particular type of stroke is becoming more common, even though it still is rare. Upstate neurologist Fadar Oliver Otite, MD, discusses cerebral venous thrombosis, or CVT, including its symptoms, whom it is most likely to affect and how CVT strokes are treated. Otite also tells about a study that showed an increasing incidence of CVT.

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