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MS help
May 17, 2015
... You would not necessarily need lesions to cause these symptoms, because these symptoms are not necessarily MS. ... (4 replies)
New to Ms
May 15, 2015
... For instance, I have over 100 lesions...they are all on top of each other. You cant count mine anymore. And, because some of them are so overlapping, there is no brain tissue to support them....this is called a black hole. Honestly! It looks like a black hole, not a glowing white mass on my MRIs. ... (10 replies)
New to Ms
May 11, 2015
... A lesion is the scar tissue which replaces the myelin sheath which our body attacks. Our body does not attack the scar tissue when new lesions occur. ... (10 replies)

... ON in 2011 was my first and only symptom. 3 lesions on brain. Might be a new one from last year's MRI which confirms diagnosis, but that one could have been there since the beginning also. Most recent MRI shows that lesions have faded. ... (3 replies)
... the Brain MRI will be the most telling. ... (10 replies)
... If you choose to use any type of disease modifying drugs for MS, they are supposed to help reduce the freqency of lesions forming, thus reduce the new symptoms and reduce the potential for progression. This is not an exact science. ... (6 replies)
... on my first MRI, my brain looked like a piece of swiss cheese. I have not gone without a DMD since my Dx in 2001. When I started having relapses, I switched. ... (5 replies)
... ered abnormal FLAIR signal with differential considerations including chronic microvascular ischemic disease, gliosis and the demyelination. No highly suspicious lesions or posterior fossa lesions are noted. ... (19 replies)
Symptoms
Apr 15, 2015
... No worries. If you were to have MS lesions, the likelihood of locating them is greatest on the brain and cervical spine. The thoracic spine and lumbar spine are les likely to have lesions, but can. ... (36 replies)
Symptoms
Apr 14, 2015
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Symptoms
Apr 14, 2015
... Do you happen to have the report and know exactly what the MRI says? ... (36 replies)
... My mum was diagnosed with MS by a neurologist just hours ago today. He saw white lesions in the brain in an MRI scan. ... (2 replies)
No answers.
Mar 24, 2015
... She did every test need eye tests blood spinal tap which showed nothing MRIs of my brain neck and back and nothing showed up only the lesions in my brain that I have had which they say are from migraines. And are in. The wrong spot for MS and the symptoms that I am having. ... (9 replies)
Still undiagnosed
Mar 20, 2015
... Given the amount of time which has passed, if this were MS, you would have or should have had lesions present. What was the direction or preliminary diagnosis of the doctors at the Mayo Clinic? ... (9 replies)
... nt out off the bat is dont assume those "lovely amount of lesions" are actually lesions. Im assuming you didnt go to school for ten years to learn how to read a brain MRI. ... (3 replies)
... as well as 3 additional lesions in the brain. I am told that some of these lesions appear to be "old lesions". The Dr told me that I meet the criteria for a clinical presentation of MS. ... (4 replies)
... The neurologist has ruled out MS. Both brain MRI's were clear. ... (2 replies)
... even after a normal brain MRI.. ... (8 replies)
... CT of brain from May of 2014 , old images, surgery stuff etc. ... (11 replies)
... My husband's neurologist would not confirm the MS he was suspicious of from brain lesions because the spinal tap was negative. Dr recomended another MRI to confirm, but in that MRI the lesions were gone as viewed by the radiologist and the neuro. ... (8 replies)


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