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Concerned by mri
Feb 8, 2012
... flair in supratentorial white matter and are nonspecific. The new one said there are now 5 small foci and progression since last mri, and clinical correlation recommended. My personal doc said it was from my migranes not to be worried, but I still am some what... ... (0 replies)
... What could it mean ? I'm dizzy, everyday headaches. ERxplain, please. Thank you. (0 replies)
... A few patch foci of periventricular flare hyperintensity in the frontal lobes are nonspecific. ... (9 replies)

... There are minimal nonspecific scattered hyperintense foci within the white matter of the bilateral corona radiata. Findings are nonspecific and could represent small areas of gliosis. Other considerations include hyperintensities which can be associated with chronic migraine headaches. ... (15 replies)
... There are minimal nonspecific scattered hyperintense foci within the white matter of the bilateral corona radiata. Findings are nonspecific and could represent small areas of gliosis. Other considerations include hyperintensities which can be associated with chronic migraine headaches. ... (3 replies)
... There are minimal nonspecific scattered hyperintense foci within the white matter of the bilateral corona radiata. Findings are nonspecific and could represent small areas of gliosis. Other considerations include hyperintensities which can be associated with chronic migraine headaches. ... (3 replies)
... There are few punctate foci of T2 signal within the supratentiorial white matter, and also 2 foci within the body of the corpus callosum. No MR evidence of hemorrhage or ischemia. ... (1 replies)
... flair hyperintense foci in the subcortical white matter of both frontal lobes." That doesn't sound good! ... (0 replies)
... white matter differentiation and brain iron distribution are normal. There are one or two punctate foci of abnormal signal intensity within the right corona radiata, the etiology which is nonspecific, but most likely ischemic. ... (1 replies)
... Multiple, bilateral periventricular and subcortical white matter T2 hyperintense foci are nonspecific. ... (6 replies)
... Scattered Hyperintense foci involving the cerebral white matter which are nonspecific though may represent possible demyelination or chronic microangiopathic changes. ... (3 replies)


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