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MRI scan of brain showed mild senile cerebral atrophy with absence of intra-cranial space occupying lesion. What is the meaning and treatment?

Dear sir , I am raja from INDIA. This is my father Brain MRI SCAN report.AGE 65. giide regarding the same. MR imaging brain performed in sagittal, axial and coronal plane Sequences: Axial, Sagittal, T1 spinecho Axial T2 turbospinecho Coronal FLAIR, Diffusion weighted images FINDINGS: Ventricles, sulcal spaces and cisterns appear prominent. Cerebral hemispheres show normal signal intensities. Grey- white matter differentiation is well visualized and appears normal. No focal signal abnormalities noted. Bilateral basal ganglia , thalami and capsular region are well visualized and show normal signal intensities. Brain stem structures – medulla oblongata , Pons and mid brain are well visualized and appears normal. Cerebellar hemispheres and vermis show normal signal intensities. Cerebello pontine angles appear normal. No hydrocephalus seen. No mass effect/mid line shift seen. Orbit and it contents appear normal. NOTE: Mucosal thickening seen involving bilateral maxillary sinuses, polypoidal on the left side. Deviation of nasal septum to the right seen. IMPRESSION:  MILD SENILE CEREBRAL ATROPHY.  NO INTRA CRANIAL SPACE OCCUPYING LESION SEEN.
Asked On : Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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Wat kind of symptoms does ur father having
Y u went for mriinvestigation
ny kind of wekness or headache
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