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MS or Not
Jan 19, 2015
... his is the radiologisits report. I am currently being seen by a new neuro for a second opinion, and i did have two brain mri's. This is what he wrote. I reviewed MRI of brain from September and February 2014. ... (17 replies)
... Having posted my MRI Cervical Spine results to both boards, all believe my symptoms could well be related to the compression on my spine. ... (15 replies)
... My problems started back in November when i had headaches and numbness in my right hand and my Gp ordered an MRI of my brain with contrast which came back normal with no tumors or lesions. I then began having symptoms of numbness and cool water droplet sensations in my legs for the next month. ... (12 replies)

MS or Not
Jan 20, 2015
... So thankful to you for your post. I will certainly keep a journal of my symptoms. I don't know what my Neuro will say, I just hope i will get some answer, the not knowing is frustrating but it could well be the compression that's causing all of this to happen to me. Thank you for your sound advice. I appreciate it. Kind Regards Indierock :) (17 replies)
MS or Not
Jan 20, 2015
... As has been shared already, compression in the cervical spine can give rise to problems not unlike yours. While it is too early to draw any conclusions, you are nearing the answer. ... (17 replies)
... I have been checked for Lyme twice but not sure about dystonia. My MRI was of the brain, cervical and thoracic with and without contrast. She said she would consult with her team to make sure she didn't look over something. Should I look into the L spine MRI? ... (16 replies)
Anxiety ms worry
Dec 9, 2014
... iety, the doctor may need you to start to combat the anxiety before they see you for further testing. Anxiety can be a great mimicry of MS. Still, however, an MRI could be ordered, but I do not know how your health system is set as to when something is ordered. ... (73 replies)
... ll hasn't, and pain in my right foot. After my exam he told me that he was going to send me for all of the MRI's but didn't mention that he suspected ms. Somehow with doing some reading, I realized that was what he was looking for and he confirmed that was what he was looking for at my follow up. ... (13 replies)
... I went to a nuerologist, that I didn't like, and he ordered a cervical mri, no contrast. He said that there was a lot of calcification, arthritis. ... (9 replies)
... I would wait for the neurologist to request it. If you have ongoing symptoms and the active lesions in your brain are responsible for those symptoms, then an MRI with contrast would "light up" those lesions. When I had my MRI, they did head and cervical scans with and without contrast. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you Snoopy. And they've been doing MRI's of my cervical spine, just not with contrast like the do with the brain. It's just so hard to be patient. ... (6 replies)
... meaning MRIs should be done of both the brain and cervical spine, with and without contrast. ... (6 replies)
... rimary progressive is ususally diagnosed in people over 40 and that it's noted for having the lesions in the spine, not the brain. Shouldn't they be doing MRI's with contrast on my cervical spine MRI also? ... (6 replies)
... I had an MRI without contrast of my brain and cervical spine. Both came back normal. ... (45 replies)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 23, 2008
... kbjr, that doesn't sound right. If the doctor ordered the MRI with contrast, I do believe it should have been done. ... (6 replies)
... She did a very thorough exam yesterday and expressed alarm at my symptoms. She got on the phone with the neurologist who I do not see until Monday. ... (8 replies)
... is fairly indicative that its not MS. The one lesion on your cervical spine COULD not cause the symtoms you are telling us about. ... (6 replies)
... The MRI of the spine is rather broad. If there is a brain MRI such as with MS, then they would include the cervical spine. Additional time would need to be added if you need the thoracic spine or more if the Lumbar spine is added. ... (4 replies)
... Your neuro, if they specialize in MS should be following the revised McDonald Criteria. If this is not the case with your doctor, a change would help. For me I have to have an MRI from head through my thoracic spine because I have had lesions "that far south". ... (9 replies)
... Wouldn't the MRI with contrast be enough to see everything? ... (4 replies)


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