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Chronic microvascular ischemic change brain

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I HAVE PARKINSON'S DISEASE FOR 14 YEARS AND I AM 60 YEARS OLD. I JUST HAD A MRI OF MY BRAIN SINCE I STARTED FALLING MORE FREQUENTLY. IT SHOWED A MINIMAL CHRONIC MICROVASCULAR ISCHEMIC CHANGES. DOES ...

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explain mild chronic microvascular changes. Is it associated with headaches . ...

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I there any help for chronic microvascular ischemic disease in brain? ...

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, Neurologist & also Homeopathy . CT Scan of brain, X-Ray of Cervical Spine AP & Lat and PA Chest X-Ray were done. Nothing abnormality came out. Doctors have primarily diagnosed it as Chronic Vascular Headache ...

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What is chronic microvascular ischemic disease of my brain and how does this differ from my previous diagnosis of multiple sclerosis? ...

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so far. The MRI showed chronic microvascular ischemic change. What does that mean? ...I am a 65 year-old white female who recently had an MRI of the brain. Symptoms include numbness ...

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Hello, I recently got results from MRI of my brain with and without contrast. the conclusions were as follows: Generalized cerebral volume loss and mild chronic microvascular ischemic type changes along deep ...

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My husband just had a brain MRI done and there s terms I don t understand in the report. What does mild chronic microvascular ischemic change in the periventricular white matter of both cerebral ...

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on June 6, 2012. In the MRI of my Brain the Department of Radiology noted that i have a mild chronic microvascular ischemic changes. Now don t misunderstand me, the doctor did not say this was caused by the June ...

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hi doctor, I had an mri 2 days ago, it says i have a slight amount of chronic microvascular ischemic foci in and periventricular white matter stabel.what could this be? i am a 44 year old woman who ...

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TO INDICATE ACUTE INFRACTION. THERE IS BRAIN ATROPHY AND CEREBRAL WHITE MATTER MICROVASCULAR ISCHEMIC DISEASE .... THE LESION MEASURE 2.8*2.3CM, NOT SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS EXAM. THERE IS PERSISTENT ELEVATION ...

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microvascular ischemic disease. I have never had high blood pressure or diabetes. Nor do I have MS. I year ago I was in intensive care for a brain Bleed which later after more MRI s they discoved the tumor. I do not understand ...

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I am a female 70 yrs old; had an MRI of the brain with and without contrast IMPRESSION: by Dr giving report CHRONIC MICROVASCULAR ISCHEMIC DISEASE AND EVOLUTIONAL CHANGES. NO EVIDENCE OF ACUTE ...

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THANK YOU--WHAT ARE MICROANGIOPATHIC ISCHEMIC CHANGES AND SMALL OLD INFARCS--PER BRAIN MRI? FRIEND ... COMPLAINING OF CHRONIC SEVERE HEADACHE RELEIVED BY PRCOCET THANK YOU ...

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showed that I was suffering from Chronic Ischemic Brain Disease however this was never discussed in full ...

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doctor1 MD

Good evening. Well anything ischemic is a bit serious and needs attention. Be it small or large vessel. Your brain has many small vessels which supply the useful areas concerned with your speech, motor functions, sensory functions(Lacunar Regions). It is not too serious but at the same time dont ignore it. Consult your neurologist. You may need some form of blood thinners to increase the blood flo

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hi it can be age related changes.clinical correlation is required.thankyou

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Hi, Thanks for writing in to us. It means some seepage of the brain fluid into the surrounding white matter and little bit decreased blood supply in few areas. This is age related and might be acceptable as not serious in many people 79 years age. Hope this helps