Welcome to icliniq.com. I would like to review your magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) report for a more professional opinion directly. A hyperintense lesion could be related to low blood perfusion area or migraine headaches (if you have suffered before). The meningioma is a benign tumor, which grows slowly without causing obvious symptoms. In case of a frontal meningioma, it can lead to depression and memory problems. Regarding the brain atrophy, it could be related to different possible causes: Chronic hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, a sedentary life, family history, etc. But, you should know that this is not a specific finding. As there are many persons with brain atrophy, who have normal cognitive function and well-preserved memory. So, as long as you do not have any short-term memory problems, there is nothing to worry about. I recommend consulting with a neurologist and performing some cognitive tests, just to be sure that everything is fine. It is also necessary following a healthy lifestyle: A healthy diet (Mediterranean diet, a low salt diet, be active and perform a lot of physical activity, avoid smoking or alcohol, etc.). I would also recommend continuing taking daily Aspirin.