Brain edema

What is Brain edema?

Cerebral edema or cerebral oedema is excess accumulation of fluid in the intracellular or extracellular spaces of the brain.

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my sister(20 years) is suffering from tb meningitis....recently she has developed loss of vision..how will she be able to see again properly???...

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Hi XXXXXXX

Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic,

In Tuberculous meningitis, the loss of vision may be due to optic nerve dysfunction which...

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my husband is on steroids for about 14 months because of brain edema after brain irradiation due to brain tumor . he was hospitalized due to...

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steroids are generally not advisable for pulmonary embolism as a primary drug but if it's for ur brain tumour then u have to take it looking in to...

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report is:
Normal CT attenuation characteristics of the gray and white matter of both cerebral hemispheres.
No focal or enhancing lesions are...

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Hello,

Your CT scan first of all is entirely normal. To break it down line by line:
Normal CT attenuation characteristics of the gray and white...

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