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what is a mild asymmetry of the lateral ventricles in brain? is there treatment

    
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what is a mild asymmetry of the lateral ventricles in brain? is there treatment

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Answer by Dr Vipula V  on Sat 27, Mar 2010 11:41am:

Hi, Asymmetry of lateral ventricles in brain may be due to partial cerebral atrophy,pneumocephalus(air in the brain),hydrocephalus(water in the brain) of lateral ventricles or any mass lesions pressing the ventricles or it may be a benign lesion.You please consult a Physician for further management.Take care.
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Comment by seema on Thu 11, Aug 2011 03:31am:
what is the treatment for mild asymmetry of the ventricles?is this serious?

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