There are two large arteries called carotid arteries situated in either side of the neck. They are responsible for the majority of the blood supply to the brain. On each side, the common carotid artery (left and right common carotid arteries) branches into two arteries:
Generally, people who are at risk of developing atherosclerotic disease have a higher chance of developing Carotid Artery Disease.
The treatment for Carotid Artery Disease cannot reverse the Stroke if it has already happened.