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MRI Brain

MRI-Brain of my father age 86 . I couldnt interpret anything from the following . Could some on help me ....
1.Age related cerebral atrophic changes.
2.Acute to subacute left parieto occipital lobe intracerebral hemorrhage of size 5.2 x 4.4 x 3.2 cm with surrounding edema.
3. Bilateral ill defined periventricular white matter ischemic changes.

4. Lacunar infarct in bilateral lntiform nucleus.

Thanks.
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

The report states that there age related degenerative changes like cerebral atrophy. Also, there is bleeding into the left parieto occipital lobe with surrounding swelling. And there are areas of loss of blood supply namely in the periventricular white matter and the bilateral lentiform nucleus.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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