Prominent Venous channel in left frontal region of brain,Venus Angioma.
Yesterday the Doctor told that my nephew has got Prominent Venous channel in left frontal region of brain after analyzing the MRI report and told it s a case of Venous Angioma. He is around 22 years and having his final semistar in Engineering on 26th of April2012. he is very much depressed. Plz...
Cavernous/Venous Angioma linked with Paresthesia. Prognosis?
Hello, I would like to ask a question please regarding Cavernous/Venous Angioma linked with Paresthesia . I am aware and understand that only a neurologist can answer my question. the question is related to prognosis of Paresthesia if for example the symptoms are considered chronic and ongoing....
Pregnant,venous lake placenta,spotting,increased heart rate.
Hi, I m 7 weeks pregnant and my doctor thinks I have a venous lake placenta . I started spotting brown at week 5 (light brown) and I m still spotting and it s dark brown. I ve never had cramps and it s never been red. The scan I had last week (week 6) showed cardiac activity at approx 114 bpm....
MRI of brain done. Are the findings normal?
my mom(49yrs) is advised to take an MRI of brain.In this report we finds that small gliotic foci in sub-cortical white matter of both cerebral hemispheres and in left parietal periventricular white matter on other significant abnormality detected in plain MRI of brain & visualized intra cranial...
Heart pumping is pumping blood out from heart. Heart recieve de oxygen blood that is bad blood from all venous systrm of body and pumps it to lungs from there it takes oxygen and becomes oxygenated blood that is good blood which reches heart and from there it is pumped to all parts of body like brain and kidney
I guess you are referring about the CT scan image / MRI image, the white spot can symbolizes a calcification/ calcium deposition in that part of BRAIN.
Hope it helps to answer you question.
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