What is mild diffuge cerebral atrophy ?
hai sir, my mother age was nearly 50 years and from last year she was often imbalance while walking. and her voice also ecoming unclear.we have consulted many doctors. and they advised as due to weakness. today back whan we consulted neuroogist, after ct scan told it was due to Mild diffuse...
What is the meaning and treatment for mild cerebral atrophy ?
What is mild diffuge cerebral atrophy ? hai sir, my mother age was nearly 60 years and from last 3 months she was often imbalance while walking. and her voice also ecoming unclear.we have consulted many doctors. and they advised as due to weakness. today back whan we consulted neuroogist, after...
Have high BP. Prescribed Depin. CT scan shows cerebral atrophy
Hi Doc, My mother has been a long term high BP patient.Siince the last 4-5 days,her BP levels were quite high,suddenly she got the news of a family members demise...after 45-60 mts,all of a sudden,her right hand movements became restricted,she started slurring...on doctors telephonic advice Depin...
mild cerebral atrophy of 1 year boy baby affects in future even if we applying normabrain syrup twice a day?
Thanks for your query. Brain gets fully developed by 3 years of age. Mormabrain is NOT a treatment. Get the child thoroughly evaluated for detecting reversible/treatable causes of cerebral atrophy. If a reversible/treatable cause is found, prompt treatment of/ or precautions will ensure normal/near-normal brain development. Consult a neurologist/geneticist.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
dr.venugopal neurologist at vikram hospital in mysore . it was diagnised tht my 11m boy baby got mild cerebral atrophy by ct scan, nw taking normabrain syrup
Dear I am sorry for health condition of your baby.I would recommend you to discus with your doctor the possibility of undertaking a cerebral MRI which will determinate the exacts diagnose.Wish you all the best
What happens if i ignore a pinched ulnar nerve and muscle atrophy
Hi and thanks for the query,
The situation could get aggravated. It is of utmost importance to react on time for nerve lesions are most of the time irreversible. I suggest you consult your neurologist. Thanks and kind regards. Bain LE, MD.
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