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calcium deposit in parital lobe

sir, my sister suffering with chronic head ache since two months, in the one week recently she cannot  recognized the own and surrounding people around her,at the same time she unable to speak properly, one fine we consulted the neurophyscian, he advised the scan, in that small calcium deposit in her partial lobe ,

can you go for how many days of treatment, is it curable, what precaution should be taken,
kindly give the advise.
Avatar dr f tn
Hello and hope you are doing well.

Calcium deposits could be due to old healed infections like tuberculosis or sometimes due to parasitic infections. Depending on the size of the deposit it can cause symptoms. Also, there is no therapy for old healed lesions.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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