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Hypoplastic left transverse at the left brain

I got a result from MRI as:
A prediction of left transverse sinus occurrence.

The doctor gave me 60 agulan, 120 praxilene 120mg, and 60 vitamin B1-6-12. After that, I have done MRI for the second time and the result is:
"Hypoplastic left transverse, sigmoid and jugular venous system with superimposed diffuse moderately severe irregular narrowing and flow reduction of the straight sinus and left transverse sinus with almost absent flow in the sigmoid sinus and left jugular vein; with collateral vessels, indicative of multifocal venous sinus thrombosis"

What shoul I do? Is there anything to do.

I am a man, 24 years old, 170 cm and 71kg.
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Bilateral periventricular chronic small vessel ischemic changes.
Left transverse sinus is hypoplastic. Rest of dural venous sinuses are normal.
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my wife (aged-29,5'3",91 kgs)has severe pain on her head since, aug'13, CT scan says migraine with aura, MRV says Lt transverse & Sigmoid sinuses are hypoplastic, she was almost bed ridden due to the pain,
presently doctor advised her to take migrabeta TR (40) 1x2,Tapema (25) 1x2, clacit-10 1x1 and naxdam (500) as SOS, but no improvement shown .please advice me what to do as I can't see her in such a helpless way.



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