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Dizziness, fainting episodes, epilepsy. Scan shows calcified granuloma in occipital lobe. Cure?

my boy 20 y old and fell several times unconcious. when i approached a neuro physician he said that he is suffering with epilepsy began treatment. But in the scan report taken on 24-01-2011 it is calcified granuloma in left occipital lobe. Recently he was fell ill and after ailment to the illness the dr suggested to go for a MRI scan being he fell unconcious two in a span of 10hrs.we took another mri scan it said that encephalitis . I want to know actual desease of my7 email address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Dear Mrs. i am very sorry of your son health problem.We could be more helpfull if you send us the MRI exacu answer,Anyway you son should be undertaken to brain electroencephalogram to sure that is that lession which is causing epilepsy.Please tell us if your son is suffering other symptoms such as headache, nausea or vertigo.Wish you all the best don't hesitate to cantact me for further questions
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