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Involuntary hand, leg and tongue movements. CT scan showed lesion. How soon will disease be cured?

Dear Dr., my mother 50yrs, visited a neurologist recently as she is suffering form involuntary left hand , leg, and tongue movements. This involuntary movements started just 30 days back. The neurologist suggested for Left brain CT-scan where a small lession noticed. so the doctor recommended Oxetol-300mg for 6 months. May i know how does the disease curable soon?.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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What was the diagnosis that the doctor gave you? I'd have to see the CT scan, I'm not sure what the "small lesion" refers too.
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