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Alternating seizures and sleep. CT show non-enhancing right frontoparietal cerebral infarct. Meaning ?

HI DOC last friday i collapese after that i get sleep then 10-30 min i suffer seizure they bring me to the hospital so i revive then my st-scan report are multi contrast-enhance cranial CT scan show non- enhancing right frontoparietal cerebral infarct. negative for abnormally enhancing brain lesion cerebral ventricles, cistens, sulci and fissures are normal negative for midline shift. the posterior fossa is negative what is that mean doc?
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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You have suffered stroke as per the CT report that you have mentioned. However you have not mentioned your age. stroke is usually seen in elderly age groups. Stroke is associated with neurological problems like weakness, loss of sensation etc. Seizure and collapse that you have mentioned is also seen with stroke. You need to undergo tests for evaluation for risk factors for stroke. If any of those are found, you need to be treated for that.
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Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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