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Had CT scan done. Can any online doctor help me to read it?

We are looking into adopting a little boy from China. His "issue" is Congenital incomplete brain development. His CT scan states:
Indicated in CT image:
Flake-like low density shadow was observed in right side ventricle with clear borders, obviously
widened surrounding cerebral sulcus, obviously widened right side ventricle; midline was right

1. Right side ventricle encephalomalacia lesion
2. Maldevelopment of right brain

Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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with findings seen on CT scan there appears to some form of developmental lag in development of right right cerebral hemisphere ( right sided brain)
there could be some damage to brain due to difficult child birth- causing damage- which will be fixed( non progressive by now) with some loss of abilities
other possibility is some syndrome congenital causing this- possibility it being progressive increases

U need to get MRI for further characterization of pattern

also child needs to be assessed by doctor for his/ her abilities and any other abnormal features/ conditions in body.
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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