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... Post traumatic was listed as well as ischemia on my 2015 brain Mri report. But this radiologist was given no clinical question or previous imaging. So he didn't know what prompted this Mri being asked for. ... (32 replies)
... Blathanna, Possible causes: -Brain aneurysm -Brain AVM (arteriovenous malformation) -Brain tumor (both cancerous and noncancerous) -Encephalitis -Hydrocephalus (a congenital brain abnormality) -Multiple sclerosis (32 replies)
... I need these for my records. I know I went to him many times in those four years. My first brain Mri was done in 2010 by my thyroid specialist at the time. I then met my first neurologist then. From then to 2014 I attended him with symptoms. ... (32 replies)

... I hope I will get clear results too. I mean if there is any possibility I have MS they should have given contrast. They have all my past scans and reports and four of those scans including yesterday's I've had done in that hospital. My GP asked for contrast, mind you it was at my own request. ... (32 replies)
... I was checked for Lymes and lupus, also for many other things. I wake up every day like a drunk and really I've slowed down considerably. I hope I never experience what you say, but I am experiencing my own share. ... (14 replies)
... which includes the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Lesions can and do show up anywhere within the CNS. ... (5 replies)
... The MRI report is more helpful, in my opinion, and may offer you more insight as to the possibilities of findings. However, the MRI report is not a diagnosis. Brain lesions can be caused by many different things, so simply having brain lesions doesn't mean MS. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, I'm new here and just worried about a possible MS diagnosis. It's a long story so I am apologizing in advance.. ... (8 replies)
... Yes I did and only issue is dry eyes. ... (11 replies)
... The above quotes point more to anxiety than something like Multiple Sclerosis. It could be very helpful if you found ways to relax and remain calm or if that isn't possible talk to your Dr. ... (11 replies)
... With a relapse, symptoms for MS do not come and go throughout the day or week. ... (6 replies)
... The CNS is the Brain and spinal cord nerve bundle. The PNS is from the spine attachment and spreading outward from there. The pain might be perceived at points when the lesion on the CNS is the cause. ... (6 replies)
... Peripheral neurpathy means that the network which transmits information between the central nervous system and the brain is damaged. Since MS is a disease of the central nervous system, yes you can have both MS and periperheral neuropathy. ... (6 replies)
... for 5 months and that does not appear to be doing the job for her. She is now seeing lesions on the other side of her brain rather than where it was originally. ... (1 replies)
... Your doctor in France is incorrect. Lesions do not disappear. The scars are with you always. Some are "absorbed" and leave "black holes" in the aftermath. ... (8 replies)
... Early February 2013 during a trip in Asia I started to feel brief episodes of unsteadiness and loss of balance. ... (8 replies)
... HI there. Welcome to health boards and we are happy that you joined us! ... (6 replies)
... Black holes indicates permanent damage in that area. The more lesions you have the more black holes you could possibly have which leads to brain atrophy. ... (8 replies)
... White spots, always show up on MRIs, and like dogsbestfriend stated, they do not always mean MS.... ... (4 replies)
Brain lesions
Apr 7, 2006
... have been stripped of their myelin, an insulating fatty protein. Lesions tend to be randomly distributed in the CNS white matter. ... (1 replies)




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