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Have frontal cortex calcification. Have loss of balance, slow at thinking. How important is this?

i have frontal cortex calcification the size of which is about 5 inches right beneath where the dura matter was penetrated by trauma. Also a space occupying lesion midline shift and a piece of the cerebellum sheared off in a lipomous anomaly.........what do you think of the importance of this....i find loss of balance inability to organize and multitask and generally am slow at thinking and responding execially under pressure
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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i would like to know when was the trauma . the lipomatous abnormality might be congential

Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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