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... n your position, I would continue the Avonex for as long as I DIDN'T have relapses. According to your post, you were experiencing disease activity prior to going on Avonex, and you have no new symptoms at present, correct? ... (5 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. ... (36 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 14, 2015
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Apr 14, 2015
... Lesions can come from prior infection, brain trauma and other things besides MS and again, its the size of them, where they are located and the shape which can indicate MS. ... (36 replies)
... Dear friends it's been a while. The MS specialist got a neuroradiolgisit to view my brain imaging and nothing has been found on my Brain that is causing my symptoms. The T2 lesions are non specific and they are not pathological. Great news! ... (2 replies)
... the Brain MRI will be the most telling. ... (6 replies)
... My mum was diagnosed with MS by a neurologist just hours ago today. He saw white lesions in the brain in an MRI scan. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there. You did fine on your post. ... (3 replies)
... You cant count on the LP for much. ... (4 replies)
... If you choose to use any type of disease modifying drugs for MS, they are supposed to help reduce the freqency of lesions forming, thus reduce the new symptoms and reduce the potential for progression. This is not an exact science. ... (6 replies)
MRI Changes
Jan 27, 2015
... I need a little help with understanding changes on Brain MRI if MS is present. I asked for all my previous MRI's and i got them today. ... (12 replies)
No answers.
Mar 24, 2015
... She did every test need eye tests blood spinal tap which showed nothing MRIs of my brain neck and back and nothing showed up only the lesions in my brain that I have had which they say are from migraines. And are in. The wrong spot for MS and the symptoms that I am having. ... (9 replies)
No answers.
Mar 23, 2015
... it. Mine are most often in the warmer weather and I will soak my hand in cold water and also if needed stretch my hand. If it happens in the winter, I will put on a pair of gloves to keep my affected hand warm. ... (9 replies)
... the electrical signal may slow down. Depending on the MSer, those who experience a significant slow down may present with a permanent symptom. ... (4 replies)
... as well as 3 additional lesions in the brain. I am told that some of these lesions appear to be "old lesions". The Dr told me that I meet the criteria for a clinical presentation of MS. ... (4 replies)
... It started about a week after a ski trip...I did fall and hit my head skiing and had some whiplash from getting caught on a rope but since I was basically normal for a whole week after, I'm not sure if there is a connection. ... (8 replies)
... Well on Tues had the appointment with the Ophthalmologist. He was extremely nice and for once really heard what I was telling them. ... (11 replies)
... Black holes can be spots where lesions are absorbed by the body. Black holes do not present with every MSer. ... (9 replies)
... VetteGrid, Worry is of no benefit to your health. Anomalies can sometimes present due to glitches. Again, you do not know the reason. Also, the new image could be showing you the true picture of the situation. If so, then you are closer to an answer. Developmental venous anomaly (DVA), also known as cerebral venous angioma, is a congenital malformation of veins... (33 replies)

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