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Adult calcific vasopathy basal ganglia

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Dr.   Shafi Ullah Khan MD

What is the outcome and the symptoms of basal ganglia calcifications? Thank you. ... View answer

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Dr. Ajay Panwar MD

sir, my wife has undergone a ct scan of brain where report has shown that C.T.image morphology is in favour of right basal ganglia clacification is this dangerous to life or it can be cured with medicine ... View answer

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Dr.  Sudhir Kumar MD

Region and Right Cerebral Penduncle. 2. Bilateral Basal Ganglia Calcification. 3. Senile Cerebral Atrophy ... View answer

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Dr. Shiva Kumar R MD

My father aged 66 has the following problem, pls. suggest a solution Findings: Dense calcifications are seen in the basal ganglia , thalami, corona radiate and gray matter areas of cerebellum ,... View answer

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Dr. Shiva Kumar R MD

and weakness, coupled with the results of the brain scan (basal ganglia's calcification). Could ... of the basal ganglia". Due to that, the doctor said he has parkinson's disease and... View answer

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Dr. Mehul Marwadi MD

or movie with no apparent reason. CT scan showed bilateral basal ganglia calcifications, should I ... View answer

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Dr.    Olsi Taka MD

states that he has bilateral calcification of the basal ganglia, he also has increased C reactive protein ... View answer

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Dr. Janne Nissinen MD

except the CT scan came back abnormal. The CT scan said it showed some slight coarse symmetirc basal ganglia calcification. Im seeing a neoroligist tomorrow about that, but they say it shouldnt ... View answer

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Dr. Channabasappa K MD

basal ganglia calcification and dentate nuclie possibly of Farh disease likely. Correlate with clinical ... of Basal Ganglia Calficication Recently I have done Enhanced Contracst MRI... View answer

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Dr. Basheer Ahamed MD

doctor what ca i do now. Please suggest. her mri report cerebral altrophy & basal ganglia calcification . ... View answer

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Dr.  Satnarain Bansal MD

This may be due to some previous inflammation/infection of the area,which causes these symptoms to you.You should consult some neurologist,as you may need some drugs like Eptoin etc. and/or Pacitane,Syndopa. for relief of...

Dr.  T Chandrakant MD

HI. There is no known treatment for the calcific foci in this area you mentioned. IF you have symptoms , there can be a symptomatic treatment. If you do not have any symptoms related to this , just do nothing and...

Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Dear Herlex, Hi Lacunes may be defined as small subcortical infarcts (< 15 mm in diameter) in the territory of the deep penetrating arteries commonly seen in the basal ganglia, internal capsule, thalamus,...