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Hi A month back my brother was hospitalized due to nausea, vomating and fast heart beat, his CT scan says that he has hyperdensity with calcified spot in left temporal,now after a month of treatment of that spot he has same problem now we done a MRI AS per MRI there is rim lesion in right posterior frontal lobe which is low grade glial tumor. I have a doubt on MRI which says lesion in right but as per CT SCAN it is in left. Please help as doctor advised for brain surgery.
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Dr. Rahul Jain
Neurosurgeon 14 yrs exp Gurgaon
Calcified spot in left temporal region carries no significance and it is unlikey to disappear. The finding of a tumor on right side needs to be evaluated in detail. Go as per advice of a Neurosurgeon
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