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A high jugular bulb is not uncommon.
It is usually asymptomatic and does not cause any symptoms.
In some persons it can be associated with tinnitus and dizziness.
However vision problems and pain in head are not caused by this. Hence although some of your symptoms may be attributed to the high jugular bulb, the other symptoms cannot be attributed to this.
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