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... Lesions can be due to multiple causes. If your findings were 2 mm or less, it is more likely not MS and more likely simply a migraine or possibly an infection. MS lesions have an average size of 7 mm, but the size can vary. ... (3 replies)
... Lesions, when they present, do not confirm or deny MS. The MRI is but one tool. Lesion size and shape can be another factor. Seeing a general neurologist may not get you closer to an answer. ... (8 replies)
... however, not all lesions are MS related. Lesions can come from infection, trauma, migranes and a host of other things. ... (3 replies)

... nt flare up of symptoms. After lumbar disc herniations were ruled out as the cause of my pain I was sent to neuro. At my first neuro appt they were suspicious of MS because of my symptoms and brisk reflexes. ... (3 replies)
Possibility of MS?
Aug 17, 2016
... It would probably be a good idea to have a spine MRI as well as the normal brain MRI when you see the Neurologist. ... (2 replies)
Walking difficulty
Aug 17, 2016
... ched nerve. Surrounding areas can be "normal" but the actual damage could be in your brain or along your spine. When my thighs or legs are affected by MS, the MRI has shown active lesions on my thoracic spine. It is not easy in making the determination because there might be multiple lesions at work. ... (3 replies)
MS symptoms
Aug 17, 2016
... Hi there. Numbness can be caused by so many things! I would not jump to MS right away. ... (4 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in June 2007 when I presented with weakness and pain and numbness in my upper right leg. I had a brain MRI which showed a few small lesions. But to quote my neurologist, "the spine is where all the action is. ... (4 replies)
... A CT cannot "see" lesions to the degree MRI's can. An MRI is the primary diagnostic tool used for MS diagnoses. ... (2 replies)
... mentioned my ongoing headaches. This made his eyes pop open and ordered a blood test for Prolactin level and a MRI with and without contrast. ... (8 replies)
Progressive MS?...
Jul 31, 2016
... Hello...this is my first time ever posting or reaching out on an MS forum. I was diagnosed with MS in July 2014 after 14 years of being told it was all in my head, it was hormonal because I'm a woman, etc, etc. ... (3 replies)
... ioner I saw two diffrent nerologystes that didn't help me and I got no answers from them. I am at the same age like you and I finally convince my dr to get Brain MRI beacuse as you said they are expensive and doctors don't want to order them. On March 21 I had near syncope episode while I was driving. ... (7 replies)
... Had my post MRI follow up and here's what happened. Doctor started by asking me how long I was hospitalized. I wasn't. I reminded him that he ordered the MRI and then he glossed over that, maybe recalling who I was. He pulled up the images, showed me several lesions with no explanation of where they were located... ... (7 replies)
... You do have allot of symptoms which could be MS related. What doesnt make sense is that if you had the MRIs, why they were not repeated. ... (6 replies)
... of MSers present without lesions initially. Because of the variances, the MRI is a diagnostic tool only and cannot verify or deny MS without first eliminating known mimicries and comparing the results to the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks everyone. This is a regular neuro...in order for me to see a MS specialist I have to be "accepted" after my history review. I did not have contrast or C spine MRI. ... (7 replies)
... however, without contrast, there could be more lesions hiding which did not show up. ... (7 replies)
Might have MS
Jul 27, 2016
... but self diagnosing on the net is not the answer. MS is the most searched disease next to Cancer, so anything you put in might pull up MS as a possibility. ... (2 replies)
... MS lesions are scars from where the body has attacked itself. More specifically, MS is a disease of the central nervous system. ... (15 replies)
... While all MSers will eventually have lesions, not all lesions are MS related. The fact that you have lesions does not mean that you have MS, BUT the fact that you have lesions narrows the list of possible causes for those lesions. ... (15 replies)


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