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What is Mallory-Weiss Syndrome?

Description of the disease

Mallory-Weiss syndrome is a rare condition in which there is intracranial hemorrhage due to the rupture of arteries in the brain. This condition can lead to serious consequences, such as paralysis and speech impairment.


  • Type 1: Occurs in children and young people without other diseases present.
  • Type 2: Develops in elderly people, often with other diseases present.


  • Headache
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Facial nerve paralysis
  • Speech disorders
  • Seizures


The main cause of Mallory-Weiss syndrome is an aneurysm or vascular malformation in the brain.


Methods such as cerebral angiography, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are used to diagnose Mallory-Weiss syndrome.


Treatment may include surgical intervention to correct the aneurysm or vascular malformation, as well as rehabilitation to restore brain function.


Prevention of Mallory-Weiss syndrome includes controlling blood pressure, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and regular medical examinations to detect possible vascular changes in the brain.


Treatment for Mallory-Weiss syndrome is provided by a neurologist or neurosurgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.