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SAH: It means there is blood over the brain which is normally not there. It can be a life threatening situation. ...Read more
What does nothing to suggest amyloid mean ? Mri brain shows patches of hyperintensity in left parietal & right occipital region.
Amyloid angiopathy?: Not sure if they are referring to amyloid angiopathy? This is an entity that usually occurs in elderly patients. It may lead to subcortical bleeds. This occurs because there is the abnormal deposition of amyloid in the walls of the vessels. Mri can demonstrate evidence of these as prior bleeds. Patches of hyperintensity may refer to small areas of prior stroke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible that I have subarachnoid hemmorage? I've had these off and on headaches around the parietal and occipital lobes of my brain.
? TMJ: This sounds like a muscle tension problem, and one of the features of temporomandibular joint syndrome is pain associated with swallowing. The jaw hinge joint, or TMJ, is very susceptible to stress and effects from muscle tension. I suspect the muscle overlying the scalp area you describe is being affected. Practice relaxation techniques and see dentist for help with TMJ syndrome. Good wishes:) ...Read more
What symptoms with:hyperintensities in left parietal by body of left lateral ventrical. Also in right occipital region. ?
Micro-vessel disease: These white matter lesions appear mostly to be the result of microvascular disease which is seen in normal aging (40"s +), migraines, hypertension, and possibly some of the clotting disorders which can result in tiny, ministroke events, (eg. Huges syndrome) do you have a history of high BP or of migraines? ...Read more
What do you advise if i want to know: is the occipital lobe directly attached to the parietal lobe, frontal lobe or the temporal lobe?
The occipital lobe: borders the temporal and parietal lobes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lesion: Can have many different meanings. I would speak with the physician ordering the scan to begin with. ...Read more
Mild calcification: The inion, occipital tuberosity or external protuberance, is the most prominent projection of the occipital bone at the posterioinferior (lower rear) part of the skull. The ligamentum nuchae and trapezius muscle attach to it. Mild degenerative changes may represent more exaggeration or spur or increased soft tissue calcification in the area. ...Read more
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