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Frontal atrophy in infants

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atrophy . I would appreciate another opinion as I'm pretty much into panic mode. Thanks, Linda 3: Evidence of cortical atrophy is noted. The most significant findings are the severely decreased activity in the Sylvian ...

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addendum: i have old lacunar infarct, frontal lobe atrophy , calcified structure in nose. no mass lesion seen. ethmoid sinusitis . smoking (hard to stop). biopsy no malignancy noted. deviated septum. ...

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CT scan showed mild frontal atrophy . ...

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what does mild peripheral cortical atrophy is noted along bothe cerebral convexities with prominence of the extra axial csf spaces, primarily at the vertex in a frontal distribution - my ct without ...

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I am 51 yrs old and diagnosed on an MRI with frontal lobe atrophy.I had an in office eeg which was normal but I am having a 72 hr eeg next week. I have high blood pressure and high cholesterol controlled ...

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My uncle was just diagnosed with atrophy of the frontal lobe . He is 59 years old and has numerous ... of frontal lobe atrophy mean and what can we expect? ...

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I have a friend whose infant is 11 weeks old. when born he would not suck so they had to place ... diagnosed with cerebral atrophy. Exactly what is this and what is his prognosis ...

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What are the symptoms of neurogenic atrophy. I am having a throbbing in the frontal lower leg muscle when I lay down and also in my hip area. The bottoms of my feet feel a little numb. I also ...

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hi, my newborn has a moderate atrophy . he is 15 days old ( his age). he is in guovas still. after making the MIR for his head, he had a moderate atrophy. the question is: what would his disease ...

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My 3 year old daughter was diagnosed with frontal atrophy @ the age of 15ms: query history of NICU ... is is very slow. What is the connection, if there is any, between frontal atrophy to developmental delay. ...

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on insulin, no longer controling blood sugar with oral medication. After a CT Scann I was told I had frontal lobe atrophy. Is there really anything I need to do now?? ...

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60 year-old female with symptoms of extreme fatigue, no energy and lack of appetite. Tests positive for Epstein Barr. Sent for CT Scan which showed frontal lobe atrophy....Appointment with neurologist in a week ...

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my sister s daughter born premature she is suffering from cerebrum atropy according to doctor. she is just 9 months old.she is also suffering fm spasticity.she cant even raise her head. may be she is sufferinf from oxygen poisoning while keeping...

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for possible frontal lobe atrophy . Results of her EEG are not back yet. She has a very mild form ... with frontal lobe atrophy? ...

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my 15 month old daugter was realised to have mild cerebral atrophy in the MRI taken at 8 months .she has developmental delay and her muscle power is less.she does not sits unassisted for a long time ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Yes after brain damage is followed by brain atrophy.

doctor1 MD

Hi and thanks for the query, The situation could get aggravated. It is of utmost importance to react on time for nerve lesions are most of the time irreversible. I suggest you consult your neurologist. Thanks and kind regards. Bain LE, MD.

doctor1 MD

Well there is a possibilty but madam you need to end the whole reports , only after seeing that we can comment.