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Recurring Headache - Plain CT Scan Brain
My wife is 46. she has been suffering from occasional recurring headache for last few weeks. The last time the medical specialist advised a Plain CT Scan Brain. We just got the radiologist's report. While all other remarks in the findings are normal, one remark is "An extra axial calcific density focus along right frontal bone measuring 7mm x 5mm. The conclusion of the report is "An extra axial calcific density focus along right frontal bone likely representing calcified involuted meningioma."
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its an incidental finding and lesion is very small to cause any problem don't worry headache is not due to that problem
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