parietallobe and right medial temporal lobe with significant T2/FLAIR hyperintensity surrounding one of the left parietallobe lession suggest calcified granulomas with post ictal edema in left parietallobe ...
my maids daughter 13 years old got a CECT head done .everything appears normal. calcifiedfoci in the left parietallobe is detected.S/O chrinic granulomatic lesion. what could be the treatment ? How ...
was calcified granuloma in left parietallobe ,i aked the doctor about it but he said that dont think about it .from internet i came to know the role of left parietallobe.......can you please suggest me that what ...
Hi! I have been experiencing a dull pain around the parietalloberegion(i guess) of my head/ scalp for months. I definitely hurts when I touch it or when I rest my head against something. I didn t notice ...
? multiple irregular hyper intense signal patches are seen clustered in the deep white matter of parietallobes on either side on flair. minimal per hyper intense signal around atria and frontal horns. multiple ...
hey ! my uncle met with an accident bt an year ago .he got minor clot in left parietallobe ......dat got resolved with in 2-3 days but he s still on medicatio
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Some hemorrhages or blood clots in brain resolve on their own.
However, CT head is required in all cases of head trauma even if no symptom is present.
You have not mentioned the medication which your uncle is taking.
It is difficult to help you without full information.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Female 27year old healthy slim. Since yesterday i have been getting freezing numb pain in my parietallobe. No other signs and symptoms. The pain come and goes
Hi welcome to hcm.
The pain you complaint since 1 day is may be sure to stress.
I would advise to take pain killer after consulting your family physician.
If pain continue for 3 days or more then consult physician for further check up.
Hope i answered your question.
what's the meaning of sentence calcififoci in liver
whats the calcififoci
that is calcified points in liver, ie deposited calcium at some points. this is normal in most cases