Well, to start with a comment I would like to say, that MRI
is a diagnostic procedure and it helps us to correlate the clinical symptoms with the pathology of the neural tissue.
So, MRI is nowhere a true diagnosis but a diagnostic procedure. Without correlating with clinical symptoms commenting is not possible.
As mentioned in the MRI, this sounds to be possible tuberculoma/neurocysticercosis
but needs a clinical examination and assessment for the symptoms.
Also, due to aging, there will be ischemic/demyelinating changes and which needs as said before a clinical correlation.
is the one to be visited and have a clinical examination done. Once done examination and correlation with MRI, the clinical provisional diagnosis will be made and the symptomatic treatment will be started.
Treatment will include - medication, physical therapy
, and diet.
If your mother has any other past medical history of High blood pressure
of High blood glucose
levels than that also will need attention to workout by the cardiologist and the diabetologist
Any other underlying past medical history will also be considered and treated accordingly. I will advise going through the word by the neurologist based on the clinical examination.
Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Jay Indravadan Patel, Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist