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I did brain MRI this morning and one of the results was: there is evidence of cavum septum pellucidum what does that means?

I did brain MRI this morning and one of the results was: there is evidence of cavum septum pellucidum what does that means?

Likely nothing wrong: The "septum pellucidum" is an anatomical structure in the brain that separates what are known as the 3rd ventricles. In the fetus, it actually begins as a "cavum" form (meaning the structure is split down the middle). Normally, it later after birth. But sometimes it doesn't or in other circumstances it may re-split (head trauma, seen in boxers as well as seen in nontraumatic conditions). ...Read more

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What does this MRI finding mean if large septum cavum?

What does this MRI finding mean if large septum cavum?

Probably normal: The septum pellucidum is a normal midline structure in the brain. When this thin membrane is split it forms a cavity. This may represent a normal anatomic variant or a incomplete form of midline developmental anomalies such as dysgenesis of the corpus callosum. Enlarged cavum septum pellucidum have variously been associated with schizophrenia, affective disorder&other neuropsychiatric disorders. ...Read more

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Please be kind to interprete my CT scan report: enlarged septum cavum pellucidum?

Please be kind to interprete my CT scan report: enlarged septum cavum pellucidum?

Cavum septi pellucid: From http://neuro.Psychiatryonline.Org/article.Aspx?Articleid=100939 - enlarged cavum septi pellucidi (csp) is a neurodevelopmental anomaly associated with schizophrenia...A small csp is common in a large proportion of healthy control subjects and is therefore considered to be a "normal variant." determination of how large a csp must be in order to reflect pathology is unclear. Normal is 1-4 mm. ...Read more

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Medical experts please answer, question about CT scan results on head. What is septum cavum?

Medical experts please answer, question about CT scan results on head. What is septum cavum?

Fetal brain: Cavum septum pellucidi is a fluid-filled space less than 10 mm wide between the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles of the brain, and below the anterior portion of the corpus callosum (connects the two hemispheres of the brain). If it is not seen on fetal head ct between 18 and 37 weeks, midline malformations may be present, and a thorough exam of the fetal CNS should be done. ...Read more

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Where is the nasel septum?

Where is the nasel septum?

Nasal septum: The nasal septum divides the nose into the right and left nostrils. It has bony and cartilagenous portions. ...Read more

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What is the way to pierce your own septum?

What is the way to pierce your own septum?

Don't do it.: How would you feel if you developed an infection that ate away part of your nose? These things do actually happen. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have a debiated septum?

How do I know if I have a debiated septum?

Rhinoscopy: You need to have your doctor look in your nose the deviation can be seen with a regulat nasal rhinoscopy or if it was deep, then needs ENT ...Read more

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What could cause a dime sized hole in septum?

What could cause a dime sized hole in septum?

The most common...: Causes of a septal perforation are: 1. Surgical complication, 2. Chronic Cocaine use, 3. Trauma external or internal (chronic nose picking), 4. Wegners granulomatosis, 5. Syphilis, 6. Lupus 7.Lymphoma. Not necessarily in that order. ...Read more

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Can someone tell me if stretching your septum from a 20 to a 14 bad?

Can someone tell me if stretching your septum from a 20 to a 14 bad?

Gauging: Isn't healthy but if you are going to do it- you shouldn't be jumping up diameters rapidly. ...Read more