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... My MS Specialist assists with the ALS clinic next to her office when they are really busy. Part of her diagnosis is to eliminate the possibility of ALS early on. ... (7 replies)
... Your Neurologist may want to keep a closer eye on any possible new activity, especially within the spinal cord. Spinal cord lesions can cause problems from the point of lesion down. Spinal cord lesions tend to be more symptomatic than brain lesions. ... (7 replies)
... spine MRI last May after reporting some oddities occurring in my extremities. Results were no active lesions, but old damage is there. It could be old damage or not. ... (7 replies)

MRI Question
Mar 18, 2017
... The chances are greatest for brain lesions based upon the statistics. There are MSers whose initial lesions are on the lumbar or thoracic spine. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 18, 2017
... When you have a MRI it is a Technician who is in the room doing the MRI. After the MRIs are done they are sent to a Radiologist who is a specialist in reading MRIs. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... MSNik: Wow! Over 100 lesions! It is nice to know that it is possible to get diagnosed without spinal involvement. I appreciate your advice and have been trying to find an MS specialist that isnít hundreds of miles away. Thatís the downside of the quiet country life I so loveómost everything is so far away! Snoopy61: I understand there are criterion that must be met in... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... spine and brain lesions since the first MRI I had in 1982. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... The diagnostic criteria for MS requires dissemination in time and dissemination in space. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... conclusively Multiple Sclerosis, diagnosed by fist a neuro, but confirmed within 24 hours by a MS specialist. It is important to note that my regular neuro has a fellowship in MS and sees about 30 MS patients a day. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 16, 2017
... There are multiple T2 flair hyperintense white matter lesions. Approximately 5 lesions extend along the callosal marginal fibers with a thin area of subcoallosal T2 flair signal in the anterior corpus region. ... (6 replies)
... ngling in my hands and fingers... when this became very painful for a full week, I went to see my GP who sent me for a CT scan which showed "abnormalities" and a MRI the same day led me to a dx by the hospital neurologist. I had over 50 lesions on my brain. ... (8 replies)
Scared - ms?
Mar 8, 2017
... MRIs are not clear on a MS patient. ... (44 replies)
Scared - ms?
Mar 8, 2017
... the first one had me do a c spinE MRI in a closed 3T machine. He said I do not have MS. I told him I wanted a second opinion and referred me to an MS specialist who I am working with now. He does not believe I have MS but believes it's all psychological. ... (44 replies)
... Most doctors will advise a patient to start a MS drug asap... ... (9 replies)
... however, the typical symptoms for MS seem to be the same for many of us and you have not mentioned any of them. ... (9 replies)
Advice
Mar 13, 2017
... I have had MS for 12 years now. ... (6 replies)
No support
Mar 10, 2017
... One lesion is not diagnostic for MS and one lone brain lesion will not cause all of the symptoms you are having. ... (4 replies)
... however it is the best one known to show lesions and attacks. You are correct that there is not one suggestion that anything is wrong. ... (20 replies)
... I am quite happy with my non diagnosis of MS believe me and I am so sorry Michael that you have been diagnosed with something bad. ... (7 replies)
... meone who is frustrated about not being diagnosed with MS, to be careful of what you wish for. Not being diagnosed is frustrating. I have a lot of what look like MS lesions. I had a negative spinal tap. ... (7 replies)




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