Interventional Radiologists

Interventional radiologist means radiologists who are specialized in a specific field within radiology. They interpret all the imaging results and perform very minimally invasive procedures with the help of imaging tests in order to diagnose and treat benign conditions. They do not perform specific surgeries, but they do make a small incision in the body for some purposes.

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Can migraine headaches cause white lesions in a brain CT?

Query: Hello doctor, Are deep white matter hyperintensities normal in a 40-year-old male, or are they indicative of brain damage? I was assaulted ten years back and was punched on the sides of my head, and a radiator and a door hit off the back of my head. I was diagnosed with a concussion. I had a Brain...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to Previously we used to assume these were normal with aging, but, as of now we know these hyperintense lesions occur due to associated conditions like diabetes, hypertension, smoking, etc (the usual risk factors). So, kindly screen yourself for these abnormalities and ...  Read Full »

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