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Brain CT scan showing hypodense lesions with patchy areas in the right frontal temporal and pareital regions, nodular regions. Advice?

Sir my mother CT scan report is as following:

"CT scan of Brain shows large hypodense lesions with patchy hyperdense areaswithin it involving right fronto-temporal and fronto-parietal regions.

Two small nodular calcified lesions adjacentto each other are notedin left poster parietal region. No perilesional oedema is seen.

Mass effect is seen over right lateral ventricle and right sylvian fissure. Some cortical sulci are affected in right side. The Septum is in midline.

Posterior fossa appears normal with the 4th ventricle in midline.

Imperssion:
Large Haemorrhagic infraction involving right MCA territory.

Two small nodular calcified lesions, adjacent to each other in left posterior parietal region."

Please explain the report and guide whether there is any serious problem and what medication to be done to cure the same.

Regards
Sourav Goenka
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Asked On : Sun, 19 May 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Your mother has sustained a stroke...She needs MRA / She should be seen and followed up by a Neurologist.
     You have not stated her personal habits, family history, or co-morbidities...which could have an influence on the diagnosis and outcome...It does not seem reasonable or realistic to suggest some suitable solutions, with this inadequate information provided here... One does not treat a CT scan or lab – the patient as a whole needs care... Follow up with neurologist.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 19 May 2013
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