Hello. My son recently had a CT scan and in the 3D picture of his head, there were a bunch of tiny holes and dents at the back of the skull. He’s 8 months old and suffers from Hydrocephulus (recently diagnosed along with CT & MRI scan) does anyone know what it might be? Doctors didn’t seem to know what it could be.
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replied November 17th, 2018
The description you gave is not very specific and punched out holes are usually seen in multiple myeLoma on plane skull x-ray however the age does not fit as multiple myeloma is basically a disease of the old individual. Another possibility is crew court appearance in thalassemia You may upload an image of the CT report to comment further and advise accordingly


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