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... old son had an episode of optic neuritis in the left eye, with pain and loss of vision. The ophthalmologist ordered MRIs of the brain and orbits. Brain MRI showed that the left optic nerve was larger than right, which could be an early sign of multiple sclerosis. ... (16 replies)
MS Symptoms
Jun 27, 2015
... however MSers are more likely to get it, because MS is a disease of the central nervous system, which includes the eyes, brain and spine. ... (2 replies)
MS symptoms
Jun 21, 2015
... I haven't actually been diagnosed with MS yet. The neurologist hasn't even booked an appointment yet. I got an MRI and the radiologist's report said it looked like I had MS but was going to let the neurologist diagnose me. ... (4 replies)

... Have you had a MRI of your spine? ... (19 replies)
... I got the official diagnosis today. I guess the original diagnosis was pending review of the brain MRI. ... (5 replies)
Help me understand
Jun 23, 2015
... Spinal cord lesions can be found due to diabetes mellitus. It is more common in diabetics who also have a spinal cord injury. ... (14 replies)
MS symptoms
Jun 22, 2015
... neurologist so that he can decide. The reason that I feel like I'm more likely to have MS than not, however, is because the report says that the only areas of my brain that have lesions are the white matter. ... (4 replies)
Help me understand
Jun 22, 2015
... gling, EXTREME fatigue, etc. Recently I had severe cervical neck pain and muscle pain. The doctor discovered unusual reflex responses so ordered a cervical spine MRI which showed punctuate T2 lesions which gave suspicion to an a demyelinating disease such as M.S. ... (14 replies)
... I've had an appointment with a neurologist who told me that I have MS (based on symptoms and lesions on c-spine MRI) and he sent me for brain and t-spine MRIs with and without contrast, which I had done on Monday. I will see him again probably next week when the results are in. He also works at an MS clinic and he had me call one of the nurses at the clinic to check in with... (3 replies)
... The lumbar spine MRI which you had in 2014 is virtually useless at this point. MRIs are usually done every six months while a patient is in limbo land. ... (22 replies)
MS fear
Jun 9, 2015
... You cannot rule out MS without a MRI of the brain, cspine and Lumbar spine. ... (8 replies)
... to a severe headache. They gave me a CT scan, blood tests, urine test, and an MRI. The neurologist that was on call said that there were some white spots on the MRI where I might be getting headaches. He told the ER doctor to release me and come to his office the next day at noon. ... (3 replies)
... the Brain MRI will be the most telling. ... (10 replies)
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)
... 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)
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. ... (38 replies)

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