Encephalomalacia

What is Encephalomalacia?

In medicine, cerebral softening (encephalomalacia) is a localized softening of the brain substance, due to hemorrhage or inflammation. Three varieties, distinguished by their color and representing different stages of the morbid process, are known respectively as red, yellow, and white softening.

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I have been diagnosed with some encephalomalacia in the right frontal lobe extending to frontal horn of lateral ventricle. This is 5.5 years after...

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Encephalomalacia (Cerebral softening) is a localized softening of the brain substance, due to haemorrhage,...

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Hi I need to find out if Encephalomalacia causes migraine headache s? And is medical treatment available for my problem? I had massive head trauma...

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First of all, I would like to clarify that your migraines are not related to encephalomalacia (scarring of...

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could encephalomalcia be related or caused by lupus or is it just a venous...

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Regarding the encephalomalacia seen on the MRI of the brain, Cerebral softening (encephalomalacia) is a localized...

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Hi there, I finally got my MRI and they compared my previous MRI from 2004 and they said that it remained stable. They also said that there were...

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my mother is suffering from right frontoparietal encephalomalacia after a brain surgery for pus formation because of crack in bone of head , she is...

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Hello Doctor, My father got a CT Scan and Opinion given on report as below Opinion : Plain C.T. Study of Brain reveals 1. Encephalomalacic Changes...

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My son had a stroke before birth. We were told it is called encephalomalacia. It was discovered when he was three. He is now 16 and is having...

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CT report: Brainsteam, cerebellum , 4th ventricle are satisactory appearance. Supratentorially 3rd and lateral ventricles are prominent. There is...

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My son had a traumatic brain injury and his DTI showed encephalomalacia/gliosis in frontal lobe. Is their treatment and what would be his outward...

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A couple days ago I had a cat scan. It said on the results some Encephalomalacia in the Occipital region Bilateral. What is that could it be bad or...

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