Mother is 75 years old -- she is diabetic and suffered a brain stroke (LEFT BRAIN) in April 2010.CT Scan report of June 2012 revealed that " Bilateral periventricular ischaemic changes". She has been on insulin since April 2010. Passing through various stages of escalations, she is now suffering from AGE-RELATED DIFFUSE CEREBRAL ATROPHY -- she cannot speak or respond. She has lost motor control and needs assistance to complete daily activities like using the bathroom and eating. Doctors have not prescribed any medication fore this. I solicit prognosis for this condition.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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