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I had Brain MRI and finding was mild bifrontal microvascular…

I had Brain MRI...

I had Brain MRI and finding was mild bifrontal microvascular ischemic angiopathy

Doctor's Assistant: Have you been using any medication since the MRI? How severe are any complications?

Just motrin

Doctor's Assistant: Have you seen a doctor about this?

Mayo order the MRI, waiting to hear back from them but wanted to understand what this is or I am dealing withwith

Doctor's Assistant: Anything else in your medical history you think the doctor should know?

I have explain everything to him related to my accident a 1 year ago

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how old are you?

as we all get older, we can have worse blood vessels in the body, and this can be seen in the brain

small bad blood vessels in the brain can break and be seen on MRI scan

this is called microvascular ischemic angiopathy.

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Customer reply replied 2 months ago
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obesity, smoking, high cholesterol, lack of exercise, autoimmune disorder, diabetes, high blood pressure, can all cause poor blood vessels in your body.

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Customer reply replied 2 months ago
I don’t smoke, workout every day No diabetes or high chol
Customer reply replied 2 months ago
I was involved in a motorcycle acciddent a yr ago
Customer reply replied 2 months ago
I am not over wieght
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what do I need to be concern with related to memory loss

I see

that accident 1 year ago can cause injury to your brain and damage to the blood vessels there in the frontal lobe.

I would not stress about memory loss

you may benefit from rehabilitation, exercises, brain games and memory building exercises to help keep your brain healthy

eating healthy and continuing to exercise daily can help your brain recover and your body recover as well.

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