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My Mother is 78 years old. From last 25days her way of taking is abnormal. In CT scan it showed that 1. Lacunar infarct laft thalamus 2. Chronic deep white matter ischemic changesin bilateral cerebral parenmchyma 3. mild cerebral atrophy changes. Whether she will become normal or not? Whether she will become mad lady? what are the medicines we have to use to become she normal. - AAAA
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.
The CT Scan report of your mother depicts that she has atherosclerotic stroke.In atherosclerotic strokes blood supply to various part of brain is reduced or totally blocked due to atherosclerosis of the blood vessel supplying to brain.
Functions of brain can be improved by re vascularization of the narrowed or blocked vessel.
But all depends upon,how much time has elapsed between the first symptom of stroke and re vascularization therapy.
Consult some neurologist who will examine and advice about the management of your mother.
Hope i answered your question
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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