hi i am sanjeev . having age of 21 years . i have neck problem from child hood and i had taken medicin but it still coming ..and now a days my entire head is paining . i consulted doctor throgh scans he is telling because of not eating properly i want to know how this will effect me in future and the consequences of this issue .
and recently i had taken Brain Scan . in that the report is
1) " there is steaky hyper dense area area in the right parietal lobe "
2) "remaining parts are normal"
3) "didnt bleeded ever"
its like this ..........
and finally they written as
" Thrombosis of right parietal cortical vein apparent due to partial volume averaging of inner table of skull vault"
like this ....
i want to know what it mean ?
why these will happen ?
is it serious for my body ? if it is, how will effect me in future ?
is there any chance of getting Brain stroke in future ?
is there any chance of bleeding in future ?
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