My son's CT scan shows infracts in the optical region. Is this curable by homeopathy or anything else? His vision is affected and he cannot see far off things or around clearly. Also, his coordination is affected.
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The recovery depends on the type of nerve fibers affected due to the infarcts detected. Nerve cells are non-regenerable cells, and usually the damage done once can lead to permanent damage. You should consider taking further opinion regarding vision from Ophalmologist/retinal surgeon and for his co-ordination problem consult a Neurologist along with physiotherapist. Further evaluation is needed to know the current status of the problems he is facing along with knowing the progonosis. He should be in regular follow-up and monitoring.
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