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Which Ayurvedic medicine can treat cavernous angioma of the medulla oblangata?

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Question: Which ayurvedic medicines can treat cavernous angioma of the medulla oblangata? what was the best treatment for Cavernous angioma in medulla?

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The study reveals well defined mixed signal intensity in the left mdulla with small exophytic component with surrounding edima cousing compression of the pond. Measuring 2.2x1.9cm, displaying hypo intense signal intensity with central hyperintensity on T2/FLAIR sequences and hyper intense signal intensity on T1 weighted images with blooming on SWI.
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Answered by Dr. Munish Sood (4 hours later)
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Hi,

Thanks for contacting us. After reviewing your health query and medical report, I'm of the following opinion:

1. let me know the age, since most of the times cavernomas doesn't require any special treatment, however it becomes essential if the cavernoma does cause seizures, stroke symptoms (bleeding), hemorrhages, and headaches.

PS. As you say that there is presence of edema and compression of the pons thus are there any associated symptoms of brain stem compression?

2. There is/are no direct medicine which can act on the cavernoma and Surgery is the mainstay

Dr. Munish Sood
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Which Ayurvedic medicine can treat cavernous angioma of the medulla oblangata?

Brief Answer: further necessary details and information Detailed Answer: Hi, Thanks for contacting us. After reviewing your health query and medical report, I'm of the following opinion: 1. let me know the age, since most of the times cavernomas doesn't require any special treatment, however it becomes essential if the cavernoma does cause seizures, stroke symptoms (bleeding), hemorrhages, and headaches. PS. As you say that there is presence of edema and compression of the pons thus are there any associated symptoms of brain stem compression? 2. There is/are no direct medicine which can act on the cavernoma and Surgery is the mainstay Dr. Munish Sood Consultant Physician Naimittika direct online link: bit.ly/drmunishsood