... DELAYED MYELINATION". I can't get my hands on a copy of the MRI as my computer wont seem to read the disk which is driving me crazy! ... (4 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)
... The nerve conduction studies are also a smart thing to have done, it will tell you if the brain is sending signals to the nerves correctly...and of course the MRI of the Cspine is critical. Just as many lesions live in the C spine as the Brain. They also live in the L spine. ... (3 replies)
... I saw a neurologist who sent me for a brain MRI without contrast, and they found one large periventricular lesion and two smaller lesions. ... (3 replies)
... pony tail and noticed the back of my head was very tender. Also blurred vision in one eye. Got in to see the Dr. She sent me immediately for a CAT scan and then Brain MRI that resulted in the discovery of brain lesions. I am now awaiting Neurology appt. on Dec 15. In the mean time my symptoms are getting worse. ... (11 replies)
... Over 10 years ago, I was admitted to hospital with very bad vertigo. An MRI scan was done, and brain lesions were found on my brain. I was 22 years old. The doctors did a lumber puncture, and Evoked Potential test, which were both negative. ... (9 replies)
... rofessor knew of something and perhaps foresaw something. He said he thinks my risk to develop MS is low, nonetheless I should continue to be monitored both with Mri and clinical review on at least an annual basis. ... (16 replies)
... I have no answer for the lesions on my brain. Why I can't walk properly, why I have severe pain when I do and why I'm staggering and way out of kilter, no energy and no get up and go. ... (6 replies)
... The lesions on your brain which are the largest two would not be viral. Viral infections might fir with the smaller lesions, but unless you have an MRI prior to 2014, this would only be a limited guess. ... (10 replies)
... MRI reports list possible causes for MRI findings but the report is not a diagnosis. ... (5 replies)
... As you guy's know a diagnosis on my Mri reports remained between Ischemia and demyelination. Ischemia has been ruled out as the cause of the larger lesions on my brain. Demyelination has not been ruled out. ... (5 replies)
... You wrote "Also given the fact that my symptoms began in 2014, and an increase of 13 New lesions showed up on my Mri is evidence that all is not as it should be. Lumbar puncture was relied upon as a given that I didn't have MS. ... (16 replies)
... Also given the fact that my symptoms began in 2014, and an increase of 13 New lesions showed up on my Mri is evidence that all is not as it should be. Lumbar puncture was relied upon as a given that I didn't have MS. ... (16 replies)
... just read many of your posts. You really do not sound like you have MS issues., You have also had many tests, none of them showing anything suspicious of MS. The lesions which were found, do not mean MS. Lesions can be from any number of things such as migranes, brain trauma, prior infections and head injuries. ... (16 replies)
... his medicine. She is 90 pounds which may be relevant and also tends to have low blood pressure. Prior to beginning Tecfidera, she was primarily diagnosed based MRI brain lesions and two symptoms. These two symptoms occurred prior to taking Tecfidera. ... (4 replies)
... We have suspected I have an AI disease. However the nuero wants to do an MRI and MRA and then a spinal tap. She wants to rule out tumors, MS, and other lesions. ... (5 replies)
... How has your Neurological exam been? normal? Abnormal?
If you have a normal Neurological exam/evaluation and MRIs are normal MS becomes highly unlikely.
It is possible to have spinal cord lesions and not brain lesions, however, if the Neurological exam/evaluation is normal it would be highly unlikely to have spinal cord involvement.
I don't doubt this. But... (12 replies)
... A MRI is the first test given to a potential MSer. ... (14 replies)
... rs don't have any answers for my symptoms, yet I just suddenly became deficient in Vitamin B12, no reason why, and no reason why I have the symptoms I do. I have lesions on my brain. The locations that have been noted are juxtacortical, pericallosal and Corpus callosum. ... (12 replies)
... Sounds exactly like lyme disease. I'd ask a doctor about getting an IGg western blot test. Doctors are ignorant about lyme so you'll have to be your own advocate.
stay strong! (12 replies)