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Routine scan showed lack of fluid in csp- cerebral dysgenesis was noted- Is this cerebral palsy indicator?
Confusing question: Cerebral Palsy is a pattern of impaired movement and posture related to an injury to the brains motor cortex that occurred during development.Cerebral dysgenisis is just a label for poorly developed areas of brain,possibly from injury . CP would be the expected outcome if the dysgenisis effected the motor areas of the brain, while it would not if the motor area was not involved. ...Read more
Brain mri says cerebral grey and white matter differentiation seen without any evidence of abnormalities. What does this mean? Good or bad?
No problem: Your report is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
I saw that cerebal palsy was linked to genetic abnormalities. Will that change the way my child is treated?
No: It should not change the way she is treated. If there is a genetic link there may be information that allows anticipation of problems and may help head off problems, but it should not impact her treatment in any negative way. ...Read more
Cerebral involvement: I wonder if you may have misinterpretered the conclusion of the study (probably ct or mri). If it is what it is, then all it means is that your brain tissue (diffuse) is not significantly involved in some kind of process, inflammatory or infection or malignancy, or... ...Read more
Damaged area: The volume loss represents the loss of tisdsue that has been damaged. The volume of loss may not correlate with the intelligence of an individual or the degree of motor handicap. You need to review the matter with a pediatric neurologist who can look at the neuroimaging with you to explain the significance. ...Read more
How should I take cerebral success daily ?How to benefit the maximum ? Will it really help my focus and memory in a safe way? Help
"Cerebral Success": This is a proprietary blend of herbal supplements and nutrients, but there are no studies of this product. (there are some studies of individual ingredients.) the web site does not inspire my trust at all when it says: "cerebral success was specifically designed as a study pill to provide an Adderall alternative for students who are taking the drug without a prescription." i don't recommend it. ...Read more
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