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Pain on one side of the body, MRI brain detected ectasia of left lateral ventricle causing intraventricular septum. Meaning and cure?

Hi I have pain in the right body parts like nose,stomach,throat have severe pain and consulted the neuro physian and MRI brain was done in which the impression was ECTASIA OF LEFT LATERAL VENTRICLE CAUSING OF INTRAVENRICULAR SEPTUM TOWARDS RIGHT WAS diagnosed can you eloborate on this and how it can be cured? I am in severe stomach pain please help me.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Hello. The MRI report which you have mentioned is not making full sense. Probably you have missed some words from it while typing. Kindly keep report before you and mention it in full. In any case, it is highly unlikely that the type of pain that you are describing is related to the MRI finding. There are many good medications for pain that can be prescribed by your treating doctor after seeing you.
Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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