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mild cerebral and cerebellar atropy, mild ventriculomegaly and mild periventricular ischaemic white matter pallor at the age of 55?

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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
22 years experience Family Medicine
What's the question: The changes in the brain are abnormal, in tune with dementia, alzheimer's, vascular or another type. But you didn't formulate the question so i will stop right here.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016

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