I have a baby...she is 4 and half months now... At the 7 day after birth she had 2 seizures.. MRI showed that she has left frontal love haemorrage... Blood test showed that she has fungal sepsis... Fungal treatment has been done for 21 days...she...
. the impression on the results were that their are few small non hemorrhagic ischemic foci in the left sided centrum semiovale and white matter of both frontallobes. also hypertrophied inferior nasal turbinates ...
Last year I had a mri of my brain done..(I have for years had problems with syncopal episodes) the results showed a small lesion on my left frontallobe. My question is, is there a connection between ...
Hi. I am experiencing pressure above my right eye. This also adds to a mild headache on my right frontallobe . Pain is sporadic and has existed for only a few hours now. I am a computer science graduate ...
i m 32 old male. I got my head CT scan done and the report says... Calcific focus with surrounding edema is seen in left frontallobe
This could due to a parasitic infection which went unnoticed in past. This can lead to seizure disorder.
What do you think is the reason why my right frontallobe of my head is aching too much starting from my right eye to my head? What will i do
age of 21 with such a pretty lady , i dont think you need to worry. get some acetaminophen with proclorperaine for 2 days and see the magic.
Modify lifestyle and routine and avoid messing one of this young age. You will good as new
what is bi frontal confusion?
hi, Cerebral contusion, Latin contusio cerebri, a form of traumatic brain injury, is a bruise of the brain tissue. Like bruises in other tissues, cerebral contusion can be associated with multiple microhemorrhages. Contusion occurs in 20–30% of severe head injuries, Often caused by a blow to the head. Bifrontal contusion means both frontallobes are involved. Prognosis depends on severity of injur
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