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Cerebral volume loss

I have the results of an MRI of the brain that shows mild diffuse cerebral volume loss with compensatory dilatation of the CSF spaces.  What does this mean and what is the cause.  Is this accident related or just a normal result of the aging process.

Thank you,

Marsha

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