Acoustic tumor

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My MRI results read:
Punctate areas of increased signal intensity mainly in the subcortical white matter in both parietal and, to a lesser extent,...

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Increased signal intensity in subcortical white matter of brain and periventricular region may be due to ischemic changes resulting from...

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I am feeling dizziness, giddiness, as if i am drunk and it always there for 24 hrs , my palms, body looking little bit pale, did the checkup of...

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I understand the stress you are currently undergoing through due to annoying symptoms.

Considering that your...

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Suddenly in the middle of the day I felt like I got wacked in the side of the head. The next day I had extreme veritgo. 3 days later I have...

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Brief Answer:
Infection more probable

Detailed Answer:
I read your question carefully and I understand your concern.
Those symptoms you are...

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My MRI results read:

Punctate areas of increased signal intensity mainly in the subcortical white matter in both parietal and, to a lesser extent,...

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I am feeling dizziness , giddiness, as if i am drunk and it always there for 24 hrs , my palms, body looking little bit pale, did the checkup of...

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