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... You were having numbness in your extremties, which is why it was ordered and you have no previous MRI to compare it to. ... (3 replies)
Probable MS
May 11, 2011
... Thanks for your reply. I do have spots on my brain MRI, just not the spinal one. The spots on the brain are non-specific. He said that they are most likely MS lesions, but not in the right spot? I know the areas are juxtacortical(sp?), around the ventricles, and brainstem? Or something? What does that mean? My areas are frontal lobe, subcortical in the parietal... (6 replies)
Ms?
Dec 31, 2009
... neuro dr. who gave me a milllion tests which consists of a mri of the head which showed more interval increase in scattered punctate foci of high t2flair signal lesions involving the bilateral frontal and parietal subcotical white matter non specific. ... (3 replies)

... ely worse with new symptoms that I'd rather not discuss in this post, because it's gonna be fairly long to begin with. I BEG for your opinions and thoughts on my MRI reports, although I do know nobody's a doctor here. ... (8 replies)
... My MRI was abnormal with many lesions but again does not meet the Barkoff criteria. ... (15 replies)
... I can help you a little with these because this is what I do for a living. I'm an MRI tech. First of all, from the report, the diagnosis "at the top" is the reason why the test is being performed. ... (9 replies)
... vetricular region where MS lesions are. Anyway, neuro doens't really know what is wrong, cannot dx MS based on my tests. Said to see him every 6 months for follow up MRI's. ... (3 replies)
... VNG about 3 weeks ago,I had a brain MRI a week before that.The VNG came back abnormal with peripheral and central damange.Lesions in left cerebral hemisphere and the brain stem. ... (6 replies)
Husband w/ pos. MS
Sep 27, 2006
... specific white matter lesions. His neurologist doesn't think these small lesions are MS related. He has to have another MRI in six months to see if anything has changed. My husband's biggest symptom is dizziness. It gets worse when his heart rate is elevated. Like when he exercises. ... (3 replies)
... I have a few questions. In 2003 my husband started having issues with dizziness. It seemed to get worse when he exercised. We went to a neurologist and had and MRI and other tests that all came back negative. He went to an ENT which showed some inner ear problems, but nothing bad enough to cause the dizziness. ... (1 replies)
... Hi- I ave had balance problems constantly for 10 months now and off and on before for 12+ years.......have you had any other testing done? I have had MRI- showed white matter lesions- non specific- in the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain. have been to UCLA had Evoked potential done there along with spinal mri and TONS of blood- everything negative for ms an largest... (4 replies)
... or years. I had my second child 10 months ago and two weeks before i delivered i had a flare up that has since lasted to date. It is now a daily thing. I had a mri in Nov of 2005 that showed multiple periventricular white matter lesions in the frontal and parietal lobes. ... (4 replies)
Spinal tap
Jul 28, 2006
... I would get all the medical records including MRI films and the reports from the DRs you have previosly seen. ... (14 replies)
... Have they done a MRI of the neck and spine.Remember the nurse said they looked fine.Talk to the Neurologist.It took me 3 different Neurologist to get one to look at the actual films. ... (33 replies)
... MS is scary,but I honestly feel not knowing what is happening to our bodies is worse than MS itself.I'm happy you a have a diagnosis.It will give you a peice of mind. My LP came back with myelin basic protein high elevation,significant with demylination occuring.Neuro says non-specific,but could be causing the sensory problems.I'm having visual evoked potential and... (10 replies)
... Single focus of signal abnormality in the left occipital white matter is non specific. Differential considerations include demyelinating process such as Multiple Sclerosis, Ischemia, Vasculitis or Migraine. ... (21 replies)
... No offense taken. It made me laugh. I needed that. No, my MRI was really short and non specific. ... (19 replies)
... me and told me I was crazy and deppressed, which isn't true I had nothing to be depressed about. So they did some test one being a spinal tap, and a mri, and the mri came back showing 4 lesions on the brain. ... (3 replies)
Need your help
May 29, 2004
... 48 year old woman here, otherwise healthy, have had "buzzing" in my legs and feet with weakness for about a year, along with burning and weakness in my arms. Recently had an EMG on my legs that reported, among other things, "Normal tibial H-relfex latency with reduced amplitude bilaterally. Impression: Mildly abnormal study. The reduction in tibial h-reflex amplitude... (5 replies)
Possible MS
Jun 2, 2016
... After two years, if there were lesions, they should present already, I think. Was the MRI reviewed by an MS Specialist? ... (20 replies)




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