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Mild cerebral atrophy. Normal for myeliriation pattern, no focal parenchymal lesion. What does it mean?

Mild cerebral atrophy is seen with mild hypoplasa of bilateral u.uirot ite matter and prominent ventricular system. Myeliriation pattern is grossly normal for age. Brain parenchyma shows otherwise normal ML morphology and gray-white differentiation. There is no focal parenchymal lesion . l he midbrain , pons and medulla are normal
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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In my opinion this CT/MRI report is very much with in normal limits. Mild cerebral atrophy is a condition that causes some changes in the structure of the brain. Several conditions can cause a brain to atrophy, including diseases and ageing. hence this symptom is not a serious condition if it is mild, except that the patient might experience mild memory loss problems. cerebral atrophy is found in the majority of people as they age. It usually progresses with severity as a person gets older. what is more important than the presence of atrophy is whether the degree you have is appropriate for your age.
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