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... Black holes can be spots where lesions are absorbed by the body. Black holes do not present with every MSer. ... (9 replies)
... 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. ... (33 replies)
... Your MRI may include your brain stem, but I do not know what was ordered for you. The brain stem is not exclusive to have lesions. Some MSers may never have lesions there and not every lesion is MS. Having something causing lesions certainly lessens the possible causes. ... (9 replies)

... Im going to take a stab here and say that the reason the doctor thinks you are at low risk is based on what he has seen. ... (24 replies)
... Head trauma can cause symptoms to present, but your lesions might have been involved with your fall. I was dealing with problems which had gone on for 5 years, but this was in 1982. ... (9 replies)
... I did read that the periventricular areas of the brain is a classic one where lesions appear. I also read up a bit on age related lesions and don't see how any would apply to me. ... (8 replies)
... I had a recent brain Mri with Contrast. The report said prominent right lenticulostriate perivascular spaces. ... (16 replies)
MRI with Contrast.
Feb 14, 2015
... From what i have read, I know I shouldn't be doing Dr. Internet!, but infection can be one of the causes for this happening, The Neurologist is the best person now to figure out what is going on with me. ... (8 replies)
MRI with Contrast.
Feb 14, 2015
... The thing is this prominent right lenticulostriate perivascular spaces were not reported on my September 2014 Mri it may have been there but the radiologist could have not seen it. I don't know if this is of importance or not. ... (8 replies)
... HI again and thanks for sharing that. Its difficult in the VA system. Ive had experience... ... (10 replies)
... I don't expect anyone to respond but I'm so frustrated, as I know most of you have been, during the attempt to get things figured out. ... (10 replies)
... If you trusted the US doctor and you can do that, why not? ... (15 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. My neurologist has the CD of my Mri and will read it. He is due in his office tomorrow. ... (16 replies)
MRI with Contrast.
Feb 13, 2015
... Thank you for your reply. I am a little upset. I got the radiologists report. This is the report. ... (8 replies)
MS Scare.....
Feb 1, 2015
... anxiety, a true neurological condition, stress, or just the start of an SSRI, based on yall's experience lets just say that we know my brain MRI at this point is negative for lesions. ... (7 replies)
... Your MS Specialist cannot make a diagnosis until you meet the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (16 replies)
Brain MRI results
Jan 13, 2015
... I just got back from the neurologist. Which was an ordeal because of insurance. Apparently my authorization expired because it takes so long to get into him. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I've been reading the boards and decided to finally post my own story since I have so many questions. Hoping someone might be able to answer some questions for me. ... (7 replies)
... Hi again i agree with you about surgery. A cause needs to be established before any type of surgery. Are you talking about the blood test for clotting of the blood? ... (15 replies)
... First of all, you are correct. MS should never be dx by a stand up or open MRI machine. It will not pick up the small things on the MRI which could be telling. ... (33 replies)




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