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What is the treatment periventricular white matter microvasular ischeamic injury?

dear sir , what is the treatment for the follwings findings and impressions ; findings : cerebellum is with normal tissue attenuation IV ventricle is normal Acute haematoma measuring 22X12 mm is seen in the brainstem extending into the right middle cerbral peduncle. small hypodensilitis are seen in B/L lentiform nuceus. Supra tentorial ventricular system is prominent with periventricular white matter hypondensitites. no midline shift. Coritical sulci. Visualized sections of skull, bones , soft tissues are normal. impresssion ; Acute brainstem haematoma. lacunar infarcts in B/L lentiform nuceus. Mild cerebral atrophy. Periventricular white matter microvasular ischeamic injury.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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the findings suggest both hemorrhage and ischemia(meaning reduced blood flow). treatment for both the conditions are different and would be detrimental to the other. sometimes large ischemic areas could turn hemorrhagic. so your neurologist should be the right person to decide.
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