A minute region of CSF density is present in the anterior left occipital region...

Hung Kit Leung neurokit at worldnet.att.net
Sat Mar 9 23:21:55 EST 2002


Dear reader,

Here, I would like to consult any people who may have ideas on the MR Brain
findings -- , A minute region of CSF density is present in the anterior left
occipital region from the Imaging report. The radiologist written that this
probably represents a normal variant... a Virchow-Robin space. But he doubt
that it represent a small infarct or a zone of demyelination.
I have a year of right hand mild tremor during focusing and concentration of
mind and having very hard time in speech, write,and read consistently to the
extent that I'm not okay in college and self-planning.
The previous neurologist couldn't excessly understanding my internal mind
problems, with conclusion that I am physically normal, and kicking me to
psycharist for evaluation. But CAN'T RECALL words after minutes in the
diagnosis.
Should I once go take the MRI films along to neurosurgeon to check, or first
consult a psycharist?

Sincerely yours,
Keith Leung





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