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... of MSers present without lesions. Also, your diagnosis should be made by an MS Specialist. ... (9 replies)
... ahead to do a spinal MRI. You wouldnt have lesions on your spine without some significant symptoms which would have been seen on the MRI. ... (15 replies)
... of MSers present without lesions initially. The fact that you have had migraines since you were 11 sends a "red flag" that something was overlooked. Is your neuro an MS Specialist? ... (7 replies)

... The fact that a referral to a neurosurgeon has been made would lessen the possibility of MS especially as you have shared that no lesions are present. Without lesions, you would fail to meet the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (13 replies)
... I am indeed glad you see an MS Specialist. I would then ask him or her directly. Surely something must have piqued their interest. ... (13 replies)
... Because you are asking specifically why it would say MS in your history the answer is subjective. Normally,. when an MRI is ordered, a doctor will put a reason for ordering it. ... (13 replies)
... and yes of course you can post here without being diagnosed. ... (5 replies)
... Without a diagnosis, I would not take medication. When I lived in Lomita in 2002, my MS worsened and the neuro there was doubting my original diagnosis which I had in 1982. ... (2 replies)
MRI duration
Nov 2, 2014
... of MSers present initially without lesions. Also to be considered is the person who is reading the MRI image and even the thickness of each image slice. An MS Specialist might find that your MRI image has much to tell. A general neuro may lack sufficient experience to be able to render you with a diagnosis. ... (31 replies)
... There are very few cases of clear cut MS which are diagnosed immediately. For me, it took 48 hours. But I had classic symptoms and over ten lesions. Guess what? ... (31 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... without contrast. On oct 6th I went back to hear my blood work looked good and my brain showed no lesions but "dots" which I assume could turn into lesions. He confirmed that I did have MS. I started tecfidera last Wednesday. ... (3 replies)
... You need to arrange an appointment with an MS Specialist. While there are indeed many MS mimicries, you need a doctor who can provide a definitive answer. ... (3 replies)
Possible MS
Oct 9, 2014
... Internet searches are not always accurate and MS is often a "catch all". ... (1 replies)
Nov 17, 2014
... of MSers have negative spinal taps and negative evoked potentials. Im one of them. My diagnosis was based on the amount of lesions I have and the symptoms I presented with. ... (12 replies)
Nov 17, 2014
... Unfortunately I cannot fathom the medical hurdles you have to navigate there. The number of lesions and your symptom presentation over the past 14 years should have met the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (12 replies)
Thanks to everyone
Nov 15, 2014
... ll. I was expecting to be waiting a few months at least and expecting to be referred out for further testing, but none of that happened. The referral was to an MS specialist. The two day interlude allowed me time to research his educational background and about MS itself. ... (2 replies)
MRI duration
Nov 2, 2014
... kie version, but that doesnt mean that it wont show still might. Contrast, does pick up things which might be too small for the machine to pick up without the dye. ... (31 replies)
MRI duration
Nov 2, 2014
... I met a lady at the MS Clinic where I go who had gone 35 years misdiagnosed. ... (31 replies)
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... White matter is a part of the brain. Lesions are actually scars. Lesions can be caused by any number of things, including prior infection, migranes, head trauma...theres a whole list. ... (4 replies)

Associated Tags: diagnosis, drop foot, lesions, mri help, multiple sclerosis, normal mri, optic neuritis, white spots

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