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Does every layer of meninges have pain sensations? Cause i know brain parenchyma doesn't have any pain sensations
Generally, no: Of the 3 layers that cover and protect the brain, only the outer, dura mater (or "tough mother") has sensory nervers. The middle, arachnoid layer and closest, pia mater (or "intimate mother") are considered to not have sensory innervation. ...Read more
What does mildly low-lying cerebellar tonsils mean? What does unremarkable unenhanced brain parenchyma mean?
Doctor my son is 6 months old and he effected with atrophic brain parenchyma with prominent sulcal spaces in front part of the brain why it comes?
Took brain mri.multiple t2hypointense lesion in cerebral parenchyma.possibilty of granuloma or brain secondries..my mom hv lung cancer.is it secondary?
Probably neither: Difficult to know without seeing all the MRI sequences. It would be helpful to know if the lesions enhance after Gadolinium contrast and if they "bloom" on susceptibility weighted sequences and if they are calcified or invisible on CT scan. Metastatic disease would be very unlikely in a 30 year old without a known primary cancer. My best guess would be multiple cavernous malformations. ...Read more
Possible thyroiditis: The normal thyroid has a uniform rather echogenic echo texture. If the echo texture is lower and heterogeneous, thyroiditis is possible. There are several forms, most often autoimmune. This can cause either increased or decreased thyroid hormone production. You should discuss thyroid blood tests with your doctor. Tsh test can be helpful. Any suspicious nodules should be sampled as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: That is the most common cause of increased hepatic echogenecity. ...Read more
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