My uncle met with an accident a week before and he suffered a brain injury. CT scan showed that there was 31*12 mm acute haemorrhage in the right capsulo-ganglionic region with mass effect of ipsilateral lateral ventricle. No e/o midline shift. He also suffered some fractures near nose area. Brain stem and cerebellum are normal. We got new CT scan report yesterday and it's showing 23*21mm size haemorrhage. He is still unconscious. Medical personnel told us that he is responding to sounds. We admitted him into a moderate hospital in my hometown. My concern is about the current treatment. Is it okay to continue the current treatment or should we get him to another specialist in Hyderabad.
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Dr. J.Mariano Anto Bruno Mascarenhas
17 yrs. of exp | Chennai | Neurosurgeon

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Dear Sir You have not specified what are the treatment he is getting now Hence I am not able to give opinion whether the present treatment is adequate or not Please send details about treatment here or in private consultation area
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