If the episode was an isolated one and in the setting of fever and low blood pressure then it may be in the setting of a secondary involvement of the brain due to lack of perfusion with blood.
It may have been a seizure
but not necessarily due to a primary brain issue, if the origin (in this case dehydration
and low blood supply) is corrected then it should remain an isolated episode and no treatment needed.
I don't think hypertension
is related to the symptoms or to the findings in the occipital lobe
, it is not a stroke, it would be easily identifiable on CT.
To judge the nature of that occipital lesion and whether it may be related to the fever I am afraid a CT scan
is not enough, a contrast MRI exam is recommended.
Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Dr Olsi Taka, Neurologist