Cerebral edema

What is Cerebral edema?

Cerebral edema is accumulation of fluid in the cerebrum of brain. Cerebrum is the largest and anterior most part of the brain. Fluid accumulation occurs most commonly due to injury to the brain.

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sir my brother is in post cardiac arrest state .he is unconscious have ryles tube, tracheostomy tube for 3 months. ct scan shows diffuse cerebral edema...

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Brain can not withstand for prolong period of time, any inciting agent...

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Hi My father went completely numb on Nov 20th around 21:00 ISt and we rushed to a Neurologist immediately. He administered an Injection which...

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I have gone through the MRI reports of your father and seen the...

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