Explanation Of CT Scan Results?
Axial sections have been carried out without contrast with the following results: 1. Small hypodense lesions are seen in the internal capsula and left semiovale centrum, 2. mid line not shift, 3. ventricular system normal impression, 4. Sulei and gyri dilate in frontal lobes, 5. Sinus paranalys and nastoid air cells are good, 6. Rice septum does not deviate, 7. Intact bone. Impression = lacunar cerebri infarction sinistra cerebri atrophy
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Lakunar infarction means that there is a blockage in the branches of small blood vessels in the brain resulting in a small number of areas in the brain die resulting in a stroke, in this case called a lacunar stroke. Lacunar strokes occur with an incidence of 1/5 of all stroke cases.
Storke symptoms are sudden and depend on the area of the brain involved, but in general the symptoms can consist of:
1. Speech disorders
2. Motor disorders
4. Impaired balance
6. Memory disorders
8. Impaired consciousness
Treatment in this case in addition to drugs to prevent the clogging of blood vessels in the brain, also requires long-term therapy to help maximize the function of the body, for example:
1. Physical therapy
2. Occupational therapy
3. Speech therapy
The quality of life of sufferers after having a lacunar stroke varies depending on age and how quickly they get treated after being diagnosed. Some sufferers may experience permanent disability thereby reducing the quality of life in the future.
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