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What causes Cerebromalacia?
Last Updated: 28th February, 2020
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Similarly one may ask, can Encephalomalacia be cured?
It is difficult to treat encephalomalacia. It is not possible to cure, as destroyed brain tissue cannot be regenerated. Treatment consists of detecting the underlying cause and treating it.
Beside above, how long does it take for Encephalomalacia to develop? Cystic encephalomalacia appears in the areas of increased echogenicity within 2 to 3 weeks after the initial insult (Figure 59-25). These are characterized by cysts ranging between 1 mm and 2-3 cm in size.
Beside above, is Encephalomalacia fatal?
Encephalomalacia, a serious form of brain damage, is a softening of brain tissue that is caused by an injury or inflammation. As a result, encephalomalacia can lead to other dysfunctions and disorders. The condition occurs in all age groups. However, it is often fatal in infants diagnosed with the disorder.
What is the Encephalomalacia gliosis in the brain?
Encephalomalacia is term given to describe softening or loss of brain parenchyma with or without surrounding gliosis, as a late manifestation of injury.