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Lesions
Mar 18, 2017
... You were told your lesions were due to high cholesterol and smoking. Smoking and High Cholesterol can both cause brain lesions. ... (8 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 18, 2017
... The chances are greatest for brain lesions based upon the statistics. There are MSers whose initial lesions are on the lumbar or thoracic spine. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... Thank you for your answer about lesions. Do you think it is rarer to have only brain lesions? ... (6 replies)

MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... spine and brain lesions since the first MRI I had in 1982. ... (6 replies)
... Your guess is as good as mine why they say the lesions are not connected to my symptoms! It has never made any sense to me. I have lots of lesions, and more than expected for my age group. ... (11 replies)
... I wonder what the lesions in brain look like and why they say they are not related to your symptoms. That doesn't make sense. There should not be brain lesions on MRI. Could these be small stroke scars? ... (11 replies)
Lesions
Mar 17, 2017
... According to my latest Mri report 2017, there has been no interval change since 2012. ... (8 replies)
... I don't want MS. If it comes across like that it's because I'm immensely frustrated. I didn't have the lesions I have in 2010, I have been presenting with symptoms since then that have worsened. New lesions were noted in 2014, and that's when I became very unwell. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... spine lesions then your possibility of a MS diagnosis increases. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... Hello. I have only brain lesions. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 16, 2017
... spine which I had on Wednesday. Anyway, I went to my primary doctor and asked them if they knew anything yet about my brain MRI, and he went over the results and said that I needed to see the neurologist NOT his physician assistant. ... (6 replies)
Lesions
Mar 14, 2017
... Lesions do not increase in size. You can have lesions on top of lesions, thus looking like they grew larger, but they do not get bigger. ... (2 replies)
No support
Mar 10, 2017
... One lesion is not diagnostic for MS and one lone brain lesion will not cause all of the symptoms you are having. ... (4 replies)
Advice
Mar 13, 2017
... ailable almost and nothing has prevented me from getting new lesions. At my last MRI, I had over 100 and a bunch of "black holes" where there is no longer enough brain tissue to support any lesions. ... (6 replies)
... ngling in my hands and fingers... when this became very painful for a full week, I went to see my GP who sent me for a CT scan which showed "abnormalities" and a MRI the same day led me to a dx by the hospital neurologist. I had over 50 lesions on my brain. ... (8 replies)
... no news' or the person reviewing the MRI might lack the experience in seeing lesions. Your doctor would be in the best position to explain the MRI images. ... (11 replies)
... It's very difficult it seems for doctors to diagnose MS unless one ticks all the boxes, that certainly seems to be the case here. Lesions need to be in specific locations, symptoms need to match lesion locations and lumbar puncture is heavily relied upon. ... (10 replies)
... on my brain which corresponded. It can go either way.. ... (9 replies)
... This is very true but it is also true for the MRI. Lesions found on MRI is not a definitive for MS. It is very possible your lesions are not due to MS, only time will tell. ... (5 replies)
... 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)


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