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Coma and Slight blood clot in Brain.
Could you plz advise what should be done in this case? She is in a small town and the doctors there say that it may take a week to a month to recover and shez on injection. Not sure what to do as the doctors thr say there is no other treatment. Some times she scream during aleep may be due to pain, otherwise no response. Below are the ct scan details.. . Suspicious acute infarct is seen in left cerebellar hemisphere. . The cerebral hemisphere and basal ganglia demonstrate normal attenuation without focal abnormality. .The rigt cerebellar hemisphere and brainstem are unremarkable. .No obivious intracranial hemorrhage, mass effect or midline shift. .The ventricles. Sulci, cerebellar foliae and basal cisterns are prominent, suggestive of. .The calvarium is unremarkable. .The mastoid air cells and paranasal sinuses are clear. Impression: Suspicious acute infarct is seen in left cerebellar hemisphere. Age-related cerebral and cerebellar volume loss..
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If she Z unconscious u shud immediately take her to nearby hospital and consult Neurosurgeon or neurologist.... She shud not go into deep come nd other complications
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If the infarct is small thn only symptomatic treatment so bring her nd get her treatment done
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