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My niece is 5 years old. She has done MRI for Brain, because some days earlier she felt Dizziness and fall down on the floor. Last 2months she felt 2times dizziness. MRI report impression - MR scan of brain shows features suggestive of tiny gliotic foci in bilateral subcortical and periventricular white matter. This medical terminology I can't understand. Please let me clear this meaning. We are very worry about this.
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You need to consult a doctor. He will. Explain u. Thanks
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To understand the problem Study medicine for 15 years or consult a superspecialist .
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It means there are areas of damage in the brain (gliosis - a scar tissue). Consult a neurologist for further evaluation.
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