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Jul 8, 2005
... I live in India and going through very tough part of my life. My only son has got a serious health problem. I listed each and every detail below. ... (1 replies)
... to care. Report may find a shadow or a fluid cyst. ... (15 replies)
... my dad went for CT SCAN on Brain... ... (3 replies)

... i really don't understand just what that dr actually thinks but based upon those findings, the first thought WOULD be some level of stroke going on. just seeing or having the sudden onset of symptoms he is having alone, you know what i mean? ... (3 replies)
CT-Scan Brain
Jul 4, 2015
... My brother went for CT SCAN on Brain. ... (0 replies)
... This is my first post to this board. I found it by doing a google search while trying to interpret the results of my wife's CT scan. If anyone can help with this, I would greatly appreciate it. ... (5 replies)
... The pain condition that I have had for about three years now has worsened and I noticed some new symptoms such as short term memory loss and times of confusion and anxiety. ... (12 replies)
Radiologist error
Jun 22, 2006
... Do you actually have the radiologiasts report in your posession? ... (2 replies)
Feelbad - MRI info
Jan 16, 2006
... a veinous angioma or cavernoma is just a little glob of blood vessels that probably formed when you were still inside the womb.there are actually two types of is veinous fed,the cavermona and one is arterially fed an AVM or arterioveinous malformation. ... (10 replies)
... I got a CT scan at the emergency room. ... (10 replies)
Aug 21, 2009
... e left pre central gyrus and a widening of the adjacent sulcas with loss of definition of the adjacent cortex however now this will make you even more confused a report that i have states that on a sagittal brain view there is a hint of the sucal widening . ... (2 replies)
... my dad has lost mild sensation on his left hand ,left leg, and left part of cheeks,simply doctor advised for ct scan...!!! on seeing ct scan results our doctor told that he dint had stroke.. but proper care should be taken... ... (3 replies)
... a neurosurgeon is a specialist who does surgical procedures on the nervous system,the brain,the c spine,anything where there is a connection to the brain actually.but they are mostly in the head and upper back areas.they also will monitor things like brain issues and c spine problems. ... (13 replies)
... dache since from Jan 2013. She went to local doctor, who has given some painkillers. After a week he referred us to ENT. ENT specialist gave her some medicines of cough and cold plus acidity medicines. But headache continued, so he advised us for neurologist. Then we went to neurologist. ... (3 replies)
... yes unfortunetly or fortunetly I have heard back from my Neurologist, I do have a 5mm left supraclinoid ICA aneurysm, which is what it says on the MRA report, but my Neurologist looked at the films and found a 2nd aneurysm which is 2mm on the right side of my brain on top of it. ... (4 replies)
... existing condition it is nearly impossible for her to get on any insurance. ... (3 replies)
... this stuff had some very very strong side effects on me,to the point where i just had to taper off. ... (1 replies)
... tho ischemia can occur for other reasons too, it does state an infarct which is basically a larger type of stroke that kind of killed off a level of tissue in the area. they just see that residual type of damage that gets left behind when that occurs. ... (3 replies)
CT scan vs. MRI
Jan 2, 2004
... catlady, that is really unbelievable! If there is one thing that I have learned after all of the radiology crap that I have had to have over the last two years it is, never trust the radiologists report completely. ... (17 replies)
... thing to produce results,x ray or radiation. the one thing you DO need is an MRI which looks at things differently becasue it usues magnetism. this 'inside' view of certain structures within your spinal areas just gets a much deeper and clear look at the spine,all the way down to the cord level. ... (5 replies)

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