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small size encephalomalacia in the rt frontal lobe at the level of frontal horn . due to an stroke . age : 52 . sex : female . what is the treatment ?

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Dr. Marc Goldhagen
32 years experience Occupational Medicine
No treatment: If there are residual deficits rehabilitation therapy can help the person regain function. Otherwise, unfortunately , there's not much that can be done.
Answered on Aug 12, 2014

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