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It is possible to have hallucinations if there is injury if there is occiputal injury.
But that is just one possibility.
There is so many other possibilities like nerve damage etc
Because he met...
My Infant MRI shows "Areas of cystic Encephalomalacia and T2 hyperintensities with paucity of deep periventricular white mater involving the bilateral fronto-parieto-occipital lobe with mild exvacuo dilatation of bilateral lateral ventricle -sequele of old hypoxic ischemic injury in the preterm neonate"...
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Changes are due to ischemic changes in newborn.
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Areas of cystic Encephalomalacia and T2 hyperintensities with paucity of deep periventricular white mater involving the bilateral fronto-parieto-occipital lobe with mild exvacuo...
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I have noted your symptoms and wish to reassure you that they are suggestive of mild head injury and there is no need to worry.
Yes, possibly stress is the cause of your headache; in addition, fall could be partly responsible.
If pain is more, you can take...
Sinus infections can be associated with a disturbance in balance and would definitely contribute to the light headed sensation you are having.
Disturbance in metabolism and electrolytes can occur with infection and would contribute to the numbness that you...
i am XXXXXXX from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX my mother aged 64years underwent MRI Scan recently and diagnosed with accute infracts in left medial temporal lobe, occipital lobe, posterolateral thalamus, adjacent posterior corpus collasum. Multifocal lacunar infracts in left cerebellar hemispher, pons, bilateral thalami, ganglio-capsular, pericentricular, corona radiata and centrum semiovale regions. punctate micro haemorrhages in left cerebellar hemisphere, pons and bilateral thalami regions. please suggest the medicines for this and also explain what this it indicates
Recent and old changes in brain mostly due to deficient blood supply.
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Please find the MRI scan report details explained below.
1. Acute infarcts in left medial temporal lobe,...
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The possibilities of this vison problem could be due to n intermittent poor blood supply to the eyes or even some seizure like activity in the occipital lobe (situated in the back side of the brain). Your MRI will guide us better to deal your...
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This may not be seizure but this could be hysteric attack and if I would be your doctor then I would treat this symptoms with the following drug. 1) Tab Lorazepam initially 1 mg at bed time, before initiating I would ask for certain test like EKG, X-ray chest, CT brain, if you...