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74 Possible Causes for Abnormal Head CT Scan, Cerebral Gliosis, Parkinson's Disease

  • Brain Neoplasm

    Cranial MRI showed a single, 4 cm mass associated with perilesional edema, contrast enhancement, and sometimes a shift of the contiguous cerebral tissue.[] The pictures can show abnormal areas, such as a tumor. CT scan : An x-ray machine linked to a computer takes a series of detailed pictures of your head.[] Disease: 13 people, 46.43% Osteoporosis (bones weak and more likely to break): 13 people, 46.43% Osteopenia (a condition where bone mineral density is lower than normal):[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Multifocal spongiform encephalopathic changes, mononuclear perivascular infiltrates, subcortical demyelination and gliosis were also found.[] Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale; MMSE: Mini-Mental State Examination; PD: Parkinson disease; PDD: Parkinson disease dementia.[] AD brains contain numerous amyloid plaques surrounded by dystrophic neurites, and show profound synaptic loss, neurofibrillary tangle formation and gliosis.[]

  • Cerebral Cortical Atrophy

    […] persistent inflammatory-demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS), characterized pathologically by areas of inflammation, demyelination, axonal loss, and gliosis[] […] to differentiate Parkinson's disease dementia and Parkinson's disease-normal cognition patients," the investigators wrote in conclusion.[] […] of PCA, however it has been described in associations with Huntingtons’ disease, Lewy body dementia, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, cortico-basal degeneration and subcortical gliosis[]

  • Stroke

    Chronic Later still the residual swelling passes, and gliosis sets in eventually appearing as a region of low density with negative mass effect.[] CT scans: The most important imaging study at this time for stroke is a CT scan of the head. This study produces a 3-dimensional picture of the brain.[] Cerebral glucose metabolism and cognition in newly diagnosed Parkinson's disease: ICICLE-PD study , A J Yarnall , R A Lawson , G W Duncan , T K Khoo , G S Petrides , J T O'Brien[]

  • Frontal Lobe Neoplasm

    PATHOLOGY Grossly, the tumor was about 8cm in diameter, hard in texture, surrounded by gliosis with partial infiltration into the cerebral cortex and invasion of the overlying[] […] atypical mitoses were rarely seen; There were occasionally bizarre and multi-nucleated tumor cells; The tumor invaded the brain with an ill-defined border, and reactive gliosis[]

  • Wilson Disease

    The high signal intensity on T2-weighted images is believed to be due to oedema, gliosis, necrosis and cystic degeneration [ 9 ].[] X-ray examinations including MRI or head CT scan may show abnormalities, especially around the basal ganglia in the brain.[] However, there is good news for people with young-onset Parkinson's disease. Young-onset Parkinson's disease is different from older onset Parkinson's disease.[]

  • Central Pontine Myelinolysis

    Follow up MR Images after 1 month show: Foci of Gliosis in Pons. No abnormal enhancement on post contrast T1 supports clinical and imaging diagnosis of CPM.[] Patients who develop parkinsonian symptoms may respond to the dopaminergic drugs that work for individuals with Parkinson's disease.[] A persistently abnormal MRI signal after clinical improvement in CPM has been previously appreciated and has been attributed to residual gliosis. 8 Our finding is of vital[]

  • Subdural Hematoma

    The involved hemisphere in survivors shows severe atrophy and neuronal loss and gliosis in the cortex, basal ganglia and thalamus, consistent with unilateral HIE changes.[] Patients whose CT scans reveal no abnormalities but who have clinical abnormalities on examination or significant symptomatic complaints may have abnormalities on brain MRI[] Chronic subdural hematoma may have presentation similar to what is seen with Parkinson disease.[]

  • Brain Contusion

    CT In most hospitals, CT is usually the first and often the only investigation used to assess cerebral contusions.[] […] cognitive function, such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.[] Distal to the swellings, axons and myelin degenerate and gliosis develops over time.[]

  • Traumatic Pneumocephalus

    *glaucoma【緑内障】 *glaucoma fulminans[L]【劇症性緑内障】 *glioblastoma【神経膠芽細胞腫 膠芽細胞腫 グリア芽細胞腫】(spongioblastoma) *gliocytoma【神経膠腫 グリア細胞腫】 *glioma【膠腫 神経膠腫 グリオーム】 *gliomatosis【神経膠腫症】 *gliosis[] (There are six abnormalities) The primary goal of emergency CT scanning in a patient with head trauma is rapid identification of a surgically correctable lesion such as large[] Parkinson’s disease 3) .[]

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