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MRI of brain shows right front-partietyal subdural collection showing CSF, ill-defined infra- axial abnormal Sl, showing iso-intense Sl. Result?

I want to expain this MRI of my daughter (20 years),of head injury as a result of crash MRI Report of the Brain Reveals; =Right fronto-partietyal subdural collection is seen displaying CSF like signalintensity (low and high Slon both T1 and T2 Wls respectively and low Sl on axial FLAIR0. = The right insula is the seat f an ill-defined infra- axial abnormal Sl, displaying iso-intense Sl on T1 Wl and high Sl on T2 Wl and more high Sl on axial FLAIR ………???Cerebral contusion versus ischemic area.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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I read carefully your query and I am so sorry for your daughter .
I think that she is in hospital now and she need very special attention becouse;
- Cerebral contusion is a heavy disease end need intensive treatment.
- Edema who follow trauma may cause other vascular occlusion who cause other cerebral infarct.
The solution is to take her in intensive care unit and follow up from reanimator, neurosugicalist, neurologist and treatment depend from the situation.

Wishing all best for your daughter.

Dr Ilirian
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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