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Brain MRI
Jan 18, 2017
... I'm still dealing with this undiagnosed illness. I was looking back at a year old MRI and it said "2mm lesion in the right corona radiata of the right frontal lobe, isotense to cortex in all sequences. This is a nonspecific finding. ... (3 replies)
... Several stable nonspecific T2 abnormalities mainly in the juxtacortical region, largest being 5mm, which can be seen in a setting of demylenating disease. ... (14 replies)
... I have 5 more days until I see the neurologist. I'm still trying to figure out what my brain scan results mean. ... (14 replies)

... Got my brain scan results and my dr is sending me to a neurologist for MS. ... (14 replies)
... There are tiny nonspecific white matter focus seen in the subcortical white matter of the inferior left frontal lobe best seen on sagittal Imaging. ... (3 replies)
... n tough I felt I did. No dropping of face. It went away by end of day. I scheduled a Dr appt with my pcp and when I was there she scheduled an MRI to rule out a brain tumor she stated she would order MRI and refer me to a neuro for review of MRI as she felt more comfortable that way. ... (9 replies)
... Your diagnostic imagin tests haved been reviewed by a radiologists. Your MRI of brain is unremarkable except nonspecific white matter disease changes. This is a chronic condition and does not have clinical significance. Make an appointment with me to review your films. ... (4 replies)
... Prior to a diagnosis, a neurologist typically performs 3 test. A clinical evaluation, MRI and spinal tap. Only then can they be sure you have MS. I may take time, but if you want a reliable diagnosis; it has to be done. With MS, better safe than sorry. Hang in there and good luck. (3 replies)
... The good news is your pituatary and all other areas scanned were normal including the orbits. This is actually important, because if you had any kind of brain tumor or something like it, this would have shown up here. ... (3 replies)
... MRI of the brain without contrast. ... (3 replies)
... Noncontrast MRI of the brain performed. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you too, MSNik. I have had the EMG and regular MRI when I had these same symptoms last year. EMG was normal, and the MRI showed a nonspecific lesion. ... (16 replies)
... I was here about the same time last year posting this: http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=677528 Now it's happening again. What isn't in that linked post are the symptoms of partial numbness, tingling, and finger stiffness what went on to last over a week. I also believe I encountered the "MS hug" (hate that term btw, it's morbid, but I'm not certain what... (16 replies)
Nero update
Feb 28, 2010
... There are tiny nonspecific white matter focus seen in the subcortical white matter of the inferior left frontal lobe best seen on sagittal Imaging. ... (3 replies)
Question?
Jul 6, 2009
... flair foci of signal abnormality predominantly in the supratentorial brain as described. ... (6 replies)
... I had an MRI of the brain and it showed a 6mm lesion in white matter nonspecific. Sent to a Reumy who took 25 tubes of blood and followed up with him a few weeks later. ... (7 replies)
... On the 17th I had my brain MRI with and without contrast. Yesterday I went and picked up a copy of the report. Here's part of the report... ... (3 replies)
Need your help
May 29, 2004
... A few stable, nonspecific cerebral white matter lesion are again noted. The differential diagnosis includes, but is not limited to demyelinating disease such as multiple sclerosis and ischemic lesions. ... (5 replies)


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