pt was middle aged female came with co right upper and lower limb weakness haemodynamicaly stable interpret ct finding and management

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A cerebral infarction is an area of necrotic tissue in the brain resulting from a blockage or narrowing in the arteries supplying blood and oxygen to the brain.

There is hypoechoic area in lt parieto occipital area Cerebral infarct/stroke

Look like gyral edema left temporoparietal Suggest MRI brain with contrat for better visualisation

Infarct Lt parietotemporal region

haemattomaleftt temporal region CVA

Lt parieto temporal ischemic stroke

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Hypodence lesions over Lt parieto temporal region suggests iscaemic stroke Electrolytes, BSL, Lipid Profile, Urea, Creatinine, PT with INR ECG, 2D echo EEG Control of HTN Diuretics/Mannitol Statin Antiplatelets Oral glycerin Antiepilectic, Levetiracetum Citicholin Piracetum Physiotherapy

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CEREBRAL INFARCT

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Hypoechotic area lt parito temporal lobe ?ICH

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