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query on temporal horn
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query on temporal horn

my dad's CT scan report showed an impression: "left temporal horn is prominent with reduced cortical thickness and prominence of sulcal spaces in left temporoparietal regions. suggestive of gliotic changes with lacunar infarct on both sides in frontoparietal, occipital region and centrum semiovale".
could anyone please explain what does this mean and how serious it is..??
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