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CT scan report shows small area of hypoattenuation in right posterior parietal region

my father's ct scan report tells the following
Small area of hypoattenuation in right posterior parietal region- suggestive of acute right MCA territiory non hemorrhagic infarct.
Old gliotic area in left fronto-parietal subcortical white matter with lacunar infarct in left ganglio capsular region- chronic left MCA territory watershed infract.
Chronic ischemic changes in the bilateral fronto-parietal deep white matter & in the periventricular region.
Mild age related cerebral & cerebellar atrophy
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hi there,

Ct scan report clearly showed multiple areas of low densities signifying ischemic areas or areas of the brain with markedly reduced or no blood supply.
The more important of these ischemic areas is the right mca territory acute infarct because it has just occured and something can still be done. The old infarcts have been there already for a certain period of time so there is not much that we can do with these.

What is it in this ct scan result that bothers you? Feel free to ask.
Thank you.

Dr. Eric
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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