What causes persistent fatigue and dizziness after a spider bite?
She was bitten by unidentifiable poisonous spider in September which is in line with when her problems started. Could this be related? Please help. She is being scheduled for a spinal tap as the lesions are “too whispy” to have biopsy. Please help.
Upload mri images and get csf done
I have gone through your question and understand your concern.
Multiple brain lesions should be evaluated for metastasis at this age with past history of cancer.
Cerebrospinal fluid examination may be helpful in evaluating any malignant cells.
Other possibilities of infection can be evaluated through csf.
CSF examination should be sent for routine cells, protein, sugar, malignant cells, virology and tuberculi bacilli.
Please upload the mri images.
Not likely to be related to spider bite.
Hope you found the answer helpful.
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Dr N Kumar
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