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Ms?
Feb 10, 2016
... Your description of things happening ten years ago, going away and returning MIGHT be an MS thing. ... (14 replies)
... appear to be more prevalent among multiple sclerosis patients than previously reported and correlate with brain lesions left by the MS. The overall result was that in those patients studied, the more lesions spotted on an MRI, the worse the taste function of the patient. ... (0 replies)
Lesions
Jan 15, 2016
... As to missing a lesion, MRI slice size can cause a lesion to literally be missed. Over the years the MRI slice size for possible MS has been standardized, BUT there will always be the potential for a miss. ... (14 replies)

MS Specialist
Jan 31, 2016
... Yes I'm sure it must have been my sleeping position. It went away so trapped nerve while sleeping. I'm going to go the MS specialist who can see me sooner in March. And that's a very good point you made that they can confer with one another if needs be. ... (4 replies)
... advice would be greatly appreciated. I have a repeat brain MRI scheduled for the end of this month at the VA hospital, and waoting to see a new neurologist at the VA as well. Does this sound like it could be MS? ... (8 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... MSNik, Thanks for both replies :) I'm glad that the contrast issues I had are cleared up. And very thankful nothing lit up. A very positive sign. I will get more things cleared up hopefully soon. Too be honest the sooner the better!! I don't like confusion, I like things to be explained properly to me, maybe I am an analyser! :) I like to scrutinize, don't know if that's a... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... ow if anything would have lit up, at that particular time, because he didn't order contrast. He admitted me to hospital to do all of the above. Did he follow the Mri protocol for MS? ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... lighting up. My first MRI was without contrast and I was diagnosed, then had a second opinion with the doctor working with that same MRI. ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... I answered you on the next post of yours Indie....but all lesions light up at one time, when they are happening. Once the attack is no longer active, they no longer glow under contrast. ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... two different reports, i suppose i am asking without them lighting up, can the Doctors in following the McDonald Criteria come to a decision regarding if I have MS ? ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... When MS is currently causing symptoms, the MRI usually doesnt say "small" abnormalities" Usually it will specifically talk about the large areas of hypointensivity signals found. ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... You know that last Mri report? ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 16, 2016
... I am focusing on medical reports and Doctors letters, trying to piece together information that might lead to a diagnosis. I may have explained wrong about the MS specialist whom I went to in London. What happened was he looked at all my scans, and he said it doesn't look like MS. ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 16, 2016
... First of all, you can take this to 100 different neurologists and get 100 different answers. Secondly, where you get the MRI done, what machine, the ablities of the radiologist, all factor into the reports. ... (14 replies)
Lesions
Jan 16, 2016
... he could see no reason for my symptoms on my brain. Now because I'm wanting to get all my concerns cleared up, being why three neurologists one of them being an MS specialist who informed me of no change. ... (14 replies)
MS? Yikes!
Jan 15, 2016
... and 5k of b12. I just received a copy of my MRI results in anticipation of seeing the dr on Monday. ... (11 replies)
MS? Yikes!
Jan 14, 2016
... The earliest history of MS was in the northern parts of Europe, hence the sunshine linkage, but it was believed to be a lack of sunshine. MS is found in Northern Asia, but is now found in tropical countries too. ... (11 replies)
Not Sure
Jan 13, 2016
... of patients presenting with MS like symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... A lower lumbar MRI would only, very rarely, find a lesion on few people. ... (5 replies)
Advice
Jan 24, 2016
... If you MRI is clear or if your MRI shows demyelination I would still seek out an MS Specialist. Some well intention doctors have been known to miss or overlook lesions which an MS Specialist is less likely to do. ... (10 replies)


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