I S. Vani 27 years i have a left side headache for past six months i consult doctor have done c t scan the result is 1.calcified granuloma at periphery of left high parietal lobe. 2.compressed sulcal cisternal spaces with slightly pinches appearance pf ventricular system-Features of raises -ICT. Please suggestions sir
Well, without a detailed radiological description of the MRI, or a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to comment specifically on the situation. Granulomatous lesions could occur secondary to a few causes including infections etc, while management may be medical/ surgical/ both, depending on the cause, symptoms, lesion size, complications etc. Since there are signs of ICT a surgical decompression may be advisable in the situation. It would be best to discuss the situation with a neurologist/ neurosurgeon for an accurate diagnosis and suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
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