Just had ultrasound at 28 weeks. Everything is fine and anatomy scan was good except the 2 lateralventricles are prominent... Cisterna Magna is 1.2cm. The nurse told us that there is nothng to be concerned ...
Atrophy: mild atrophy of the cerebellumh ventricle, Extra axial spaces: there is a prominence ... in the orbits Ventricles: mild enlargement within the ventricles. no obstructing lesions identified What does ...
Hi, my son had a MRI in May 2013.Said scan was normal, no focal pathology noted. Mildprominence of ventricle noted. What does that mean. ( He d as already had row EEG and a 24hr EEG, were no epileptic ...
what does this mean? There is a mildprominence of the ventricles and suici This is symmetrical and felt to be due to underlying cortical atrophy. There is some attenuation within the deep perventricular ...
hello doctor... I am 22 weeks pregnant. i went for an ultrasound last week. and it stated that the baby is in unstable presentation. the rightlateralventricle is prominent than the left... right is 11 ...
: +Cell: + Brain Report: Celebral sulci and basal cisterns are prominent. Lateralventricles are enlarged .... According to CT brain report the lateralventricles of the baby are enlarged. The CT brain report ...
Hi, My wife is pregnent now. In scan it was noticed that the baby's rightlateralventricle measured 10. Pls suggest on this
Please upload the ultrasound scan report so I can opine in a better way.
My babies brain MRI says mildprominence of ventricles and pericerebral subarachnoid space . What can this situation result in ?baby is 6 m old. She Seems okay.
Hello.Maybe your daughter is suffering a condition called Hydrocephalus (increased
the cerebrospinal fluid). The solution is to implant a valve from the brain to the abdomen to drain the fluid although the neurosurgeon must to decide about it.
I wish you good health.
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Child has atrium lateralventricles
size as 8mmon 22 week of my
pregranacy. Is it normal ?
At 22 week of gestation,lateralventricles on average measures 6.5 mm (5.5-7.5 mm)
However, 8 mm size can be considered normal if the ventricle does not continue to enlarge & no other abnormalities are found.
So, size of the ventricle need to be followed using more ultrasounds to evaluate for any change in size.
If the size stays stable, your baby is unlikely to have any problem.