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Suffering from Multiple ischemic foci in bilateral fronto- parietal subcortical and Impression- Hypodensities bifrontal regions. No body movement and bed ridden. Cure?

sir my uncle has been faces following problems from 1 years that problem is e seen Multiple ischemic foci arin bilateral fronto- parietal subcortical / deep periventricular white matter , and no other significant abnormality. and Impression- Hypodensities bifrontal regions ? ischaemic and his age is 57 and loss body movement and his now on bed sir please help me
Asked On : Wed, 30 May 2012
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sir,as your uncle has crossed 50 he is more prone for this condition,diabetes and hypertension. if he is a diabetic or hypertensive he should take regular treatment for it as these are predisposing factors. get his cardiac evaluation by doing ECG and an 2D ECHO. he should be started on antipletelets like ecosprin and regular physioterapy of all 4 limbs is necessary
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