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Lesions
Jan 16, 2016
... I am going to respond to this as a friend. Stop and breathe..... ... (14 replies)
Not Sure
Jan 14, 2016
... HI there. It sounds like you are doing the right thing, with your upcoming appointment already in place. Good luck to you! ... (10 replies)
... may be from trauma. We only briefly spoke and next week I will have the full report. I don't have can neurologist at the moment and I told my GP that I will need to see one. ... (10 replies)

... may be caused by Trauma, Demylinating disease or Ichemia." This means that something is there, but the radiologist is unwilling to commit to what or why. ... (10 replies)
... HI there. I only have a few things to add. Your doctor said you might not be dx because this is the first time...thats not necessarily true. ... (6 replies)
... One thing I want to point 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)
... Who should I go to in regards to the results of the original mri? ... (8 replies)
... HI and welcome to healthboards... ... (8 replies)
... I am trying to educate myself on how to read MRI images and trying to educate myself on the brain anatomy and the works.. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there. Glad to hear you have another appointment with a Neuro coming up. I wanted to let you know that the tests, even the MRI which your Ortho ordered, may not be the same that a Neuro would order. How the scans are done, and what they are looking for are totally different. ... (16 replies)
... if there were as many lesions as there are white spots, Id be a vegtable. ... (11 replies)
... hello. As others have told you, no need to worry about the contrast dye unless you are allergic to Iodine. Its expelled from your system in less than 12 hours and the more water you drink to flush it out, the better and the faster. ... (31 replies)
... I have to say I agree with Jayhawk on most of his points. Even Lyme disease, cannot be ruled out just because you didnt remember having a bullseye rash...statistically, most people never remember having the rash, or even removing a tick who get Lymes disease... ... (11 replies)
... I don't know. I left a job last year and currently do not have insurance. He tested for things like thyroid, sugar, B12,etc. thru blood testing. ... (18 replies)
... and the mcDonald criteria says he cant give you a dx based on what he DID see. Ordering more tests, will give a clearer picture of what he didnt see. THey are important tests. ... (7 replies)
MRI results
Aug 9, 2012
... for a layman to read their own MRI and then try to distinguish what is, or what isnt a MS lesion or demylination, is kind of like an educated guess.....there are so many variables. ... (7 replies)
Anybody read MRIs?
Apr 20, 2012
... Hi there! Do not stress! It takes a radiologist 8 years to learn how to read an MRI.....things that you would see, such as white spots and dark spots are SUPPOSED TO BE THERE! I always celebrate when I see that I still have a brain! ... (7 replies)
... and then not go back to his office until the next morning....even if he was in the office all morning, you dont know what kind of emergency's he was handling while being there... ... (6 replies)
... Wilc516....do you know if you had contrast injected into you when you did your MRI or just a no contrast MRI or MRA? ... (44 replies)
... After about a year of some odd goings on with my body after 37 years of being a healthy person, I was just diagnosed with MS on Monday. It has been a long road and while I am relieved to finally have a diagnosis, I am terrified of what the future holds. ... (44 replies)


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