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What are white spots on the frontal lobes of brain mean?

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Dr. John Baker answered

Specializes in Neurology

White spots....Very variable in their cause. Usually seen in people with migraines or 'small vessel disease' related to bp, diabetes, high cholesterol, genetics, smoking, etc. Really depends on their appearance. Usually radiologist will comment on their opinion.

Answered Jul 2, 2019



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