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Cystic changes of the choroid plexus in the lateral ventricles

I recently experienced dizziness for a week before I went to the ER and they did all kinds of tests.  The CT scan showed  that I have cystic changes of the choroid plexus in the lateral ventricles.  Can you tell me what this means?  Do I need to see a Neurologist?
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Keep us posted.

It is hard to know when symptoms and findings are not specific.
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The ER doctor told me to follow up with my primary and I did,  She was not sure what it meant but she is referring me to a Neurologist and I'm waiting for the authorization to see a specialist.
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What did the ER doc say - did they make a referral?

Dizziness can be a funny thing - it can be ears,  sinus, hormones, low BP... so it can come from so many places that is has to be evaluated and really the source has to be found.

I am not familiar with that change so I cannot comment (I am a patient).  Have you been to an ENT? That is the usual first stop.
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