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Lesions of abnormal signal seen in the corona radiata with small ischemic infarctions, frontal sinuses. Meaning?

this is my father report
age 58
conclusion: there are multi lesions of abnormal signal that are seen in the corona radiata bilaterally which are consistent with small ischemic infarctions of varying durations.
age related mild cortical atrophy is seen.
mucoinflammatory changes seen in the bilateral ethmoid and fontal sinuses.
there is no evidence of abnomal signal in brain to suggest intracranial bleed or mass.
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due to old age there is less blood supply and therte can be off and on clots of blood leading to involvement of sinuses and there are 3 pair osf sinuses frontal ethmoidal and maxillary
these can be seen in oild age
as there is no ischaemic area in brain'the sinuses ischaemic spots do not harm any major body functioning of body
can add simple agents to keep the blood thin to prevent further areas getting ischamic due to small clots
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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