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My CT scan result is mild cortical atrophy what is the best medicine and treatment for this case?

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In brief: Live Healthy

If you are hypertensive, make sure it is well controlled.
If you are diabetic, keep it well controlled. Don't smoke! smoking accelerates atherosclerotic changes of the arteries all over the body, including the brain. So does diabetes. The combination is worse than the sum of the parts. More than 2 drinks a day could also be deleterious to the brain.

In brief: Live Healthy

If you are hypertensive, make sure it is well controlled.
If you are diabetic, keep it well controlled. Don't smoke! smoking accelerates atherosclerotic changes of the arteries all over the body, including the brain. So does diabetes. The combination is worse than the sum of the parts. More than 2 drinks a day could also be deleterious to the brain.
Dr. Bruce J. Stringer
Dr. Bruce J. Stringer
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Dr. Rick Koch
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: None

Mild cortical atrophy of the brain is most often age associated and not reversible but this can be a subjective finding .
Consult with a neurologist.

In brief: None

Mild cortical atrophy of the brain is most often age associated and not reversible but this can be a subjective finding .
Consult with a neurologist.
Dr. Rick Koch
Dr. Rick Koch
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