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What does this MRI report of brain specify?

SUPRATENTORIAL : Supratentorial ventricles are dilated with widened cortical sulci, fissures & extra axial spaces. Old lacunar infarcts are seen at bilateral basal ganglia. Confluent hypodensity is seen at periventricular white matter & centrum semiovale. Rest of the cerebral hemispheres are normal in attentuation and grey and white interface is well maintained . No focal SOL is seen.Midline septa is not shifted.
Mon, 14 Sep 2015
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It means that Cerebro Spinal Fluid pressure is increased in the patient. Moreover patient had suffered from cerebrovascular vascular accident before and damaged zone visible in MRI is due to that. There is no tumor and no pressure effect due to any space occupying lesion or body.
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