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1.8 cm lesion in brain
Hello doctor I am 24 yr old female, had a head injury in 1998 n since then suffering from dizziness, vomiting and headache... recently found lesions in MRI please explain this... Findings: multiple t2 &a flair hyper intensities without diffusion restriction noted in bilateral fronto parietal subcortical and peritrigonal white matter.. largest lesion in right peritrigonal region 1.8cms axial images and left parietal subcortical region 1.2cms.. Please explain... Thank you
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