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My MRI report is: MR imaging reveals lobulated heterogeneous lesion in the left occipital lobe,in cortical location showing partial blooming on FFE with mild perilesional edema. What does it mean.what is the problem plz explain
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Could be a Cavernoma. Cavernoma is a bunch of blood vessels that have abnormal thin walls and break down easily and lead to small bleeds in the brain.
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Consult a Neurosurgeon.
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