. It happened on 14th august, 2012. ct scan report:- 1. Hypodense lesion s/o glioticchanges seen at the left ...Good Evening, I am VISHAL, SIR, my father is suffering from RT ischemic stroke with aphasia.I would ...
I just got my mri report and it shows chronic microangipayth change, small vessel ischemic disears and small vessell ischemic-glioticchange. It also reports Favor pulsation artifacts over some involvement ...
I have been diagnosed with chronic microvascular ischemicchanges. Headaches are everyday, all day and wake me up. I am taking meds for High cholesterol and irregular heartbeat and was recently diagnosed ...
My imaging states t2 and flair signal seen within the sub corral white matter ofthe right frontal lobe These findings may be a result of chronic microvasular ischemicchange or demyelinating plaques I ...
What means ischemic leukoencephalopaty and involutuonal changes in MRI results of a 79 yrs old women?
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It means some seepage of the brain fluid into the surrounding white matter and little bit decreased blood supply in few areas. This is age related and might be acceptable as not serious in many people 79 years age.
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inverted t waves on e c g 's and systolic. mur mer. on examinat ion. what do u think?.
Inverted T waves in specific leads is considered a sign of ischemic heart disease,Also a murmur is more often seen associated with such ischemic episodes.
I had an ekg:
Minor inferior repolarization disturbance, consider ischemia, LV overload or aspecific change. Flat or neg T in aVF with neg T in III. Meaning??
it means in one portion of ventricular wall
the poortion which donot get blod suply does not work
and the other portion is hypertrphied to take the load and pressure
you are having ischemic heratdiease with hypertension
consult the heart specialist and advanced tests to find out extnt of damage and treat acccording to the position of the heart diagnosed by advancedtests lke echo and other heartr
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