you are right.
the report doesn't really say anything about hemorrhage volume.
comparing MRI scans to CT scans can be difficult
MRI scans are much better with much better detail in the brain.
your neurosurgeon is right. gliosis will stay there seen in the brain as scar tissue.
the hemorrhage volume can get better.
the catheter tract that extends into the right basal ganglia is normal and from the surgery.
it sounds like a good MRI scan report. no new surprises which is good.
no new risks for seizures. but you still need to keep taking your keppra for now.
let me know if you have other questions.
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