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MRI shows mild cerebral atrophy,right maxillary mucosal thickening, poorly aerated right mastoid air cells. Meaning?

I have the results from the MRi taken states : foci of high flair signal within the left lentiform nucleas, corna radiata and body of the caudate - lesions demonstrate T2 shine through and is not restricted on DWL- smaller focus of high flair signal in the right lentiform nucleus- poorly aerated right mastoid air cells -right maxillary mucosal thickening- normal marrow signal -mild cerebral atrophy
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Thank you for posting your query.

The most likely causes of the findings of your brain MRI are ischemic lesions- due to lack of blood flow in the brain.

The symptoms can be headache, weakness of arm or leg, etc.

The commonest risk factors for the MRI abnormalities include high BP, diabetes and high cholesterol.

You can discuss these issues with your neurologist.

Best wishes,
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)
Senior consultant Neurologist
Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad
Answered: Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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