Impression from my CAT scan of brain:
Lateral end third ventriculomegaly appear out of proportion to the sulcal size, suggesting the presence of hydrocephalus superimposed upon mild diffuse parenchymal volume loss. Alternatively, this may be related to central white matter loss. Further evaluation with a gadolinium-enhanced MR examination of the brain is recommended.

Mild nonspecific periventricular white matter disease most likely reflects chronic microvascular ischemia.

Can anyone explain this? And what the prognosis might be? I've known I had enlarged ventricles since a year before. A neuro looked a year earlier and said they're not that enlarged and some people just have it. But this sounds more serious.