The Cause Of Dizziness When Thinking Too Heavy?
want to ask, if it means that the right frontal area appears subgaleal hematoma, accompanied by soft tissue swelling of the right periorbital region, the conclusion: acute intraventricular hemorrhage in the right lateral ventricle, what does that mean, because my head is often dizzy in the right brain
Thank you for the question.
It needs to be understood beforehand, that the interpretation of the results of supporting examinations, including x-rays, CT scans, and MRI cannot run alone, but must also be confirmed and compared with the results of other examinations carried out, namely history taking, physical examination, and other supporting tests. Therefore, the most correct conclusion of the results of your examination is actually a doctor who directly examines you.
At first glance, referring to the results of the examination that you mentioned, you experience intraventricular hemorrhage, which is bleeding in the cavity through which the cerebrospinal fluid flows, precisely in the area around the right eye. This bleeding can occur due to disruption in the area around the ventricles (for example due to head injury, aneurysm, vascular malformation, also benign or malignant tumors), or it could be due to other factors (for example due to the spread of bleeding from the subarachnoid cavity. Indeed, this condition is true clinically will make you often experience dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, and can even be accompanied by disorders of mental status, awareness, sensory and motor functions.
However, not only that, dizziness that you feel can also be part of other medical conditions, for example migraines, vertigo, cluster headaches, infections, sinusitis, asthenopia, stress, hormonal disorders, metabolic disorders, and so on.
As we have explained above, you need to see yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist so that your condition can be handled properly according to the cause. To overcome this condition, the doctor will give you several types of drugs, and even coordinate with a neurosurgeon to do the surgery.
Hope this helps ...