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Not MS
Mar 15, 2015
... As you know i met an MS specialist last Friday. My spots don't look like they are caused by MS, and i do not meet the McDonald Criteria for MS. ... (6 replies)
... Regardless of what you think, an MRI would be good if anything just to provide you with a benchmark. ... (14 replies)
... day iv steroid course to calm things down a little. I have never done this and am terrified. I am having some vision issues and numbness currently. My last MRI a month ago showed some hot spots so my Neuro want to calm it down a little. Has anyone done the steroids and how was it? ... (2 replies)

... vious spot found sent to an MS Specialist. As time has passed and symptoms have presented, an MS Specialist should be consulted to look over the images. A new MRI could be ordered to see if additional spots are present. ... (11 replies)
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... information you have shared comes from a radiologist and needs to be discussed with an MS Specialist if MS is a possibility. White matter signal changes on the MRI essentially means that on the MRI, the white matter showed some scattered bright spots. An MRI cannot confirm or deny MS as it is not a specific test for ME. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for clarifying! SO, you havent actually seen a neurologist yet. Your primary doctor sent you for the MRI and LP and made the preliminary diagnosis. SO, that doctor is sending you to the MS Specialist. ... (9 replies)
... Black holes can be spots where lesions are absorbed by the body. Black holes do not present with every MSer. ... (9 replies)
... her symtoms of calf tightness, headaches, some blurry vision, lots of fatigue, and loss of balance, memory issues that are no longer related to my concusion, and spots on my brain that he said were not leasions but dead spots, would leave him to believe it to be ms. ... (9 replies)
... perintensities not highly suggestive of MS, in my Neurologists opinion i have a low risk to develop MS, Nonetheless i need to be monitored both with clinical and Mri review on at least an annual basis. What does all this mean if my Neurologist doesn't believe i have MS in the first place. ... (17 replies)
... lesions. I now have over 100 and in some areas they are so clustered together that you can no longer count them. These appear on the films as black spots or black holes. There isnt enough brain tissue to support the lesions in this area. Sounds terrifying right? ... (24 replies)
... oms to present, but your lesions might have been involved with your fall. I was dealing with problems which had gone on for 5 years, but this was in 1982. The MRI was just emerging as a new tool and even though the resolution would be laughable in today's world, still lesions were apparent. ... (9 replies)
... i fell and hit my head back in oct 2014 went to dr did mri showed big white spots on my brain have had symtoms but never put them together until now meeting with neurologist mar2 at barnes in stl hope they can tell me more all scans and test are clean but symtoms present ms (9 replies)
... My neurologist didn't even give the radiologist who carried out my Brain Mri with Contrast, any images or clinical information which he had to do a comparison. ... (24 replies)
... He said the spots are non specific. They can be from smoking, migraines, etc. I have no idea what is wrong with me, 7 months of symptoms and frustration. ... (24 replies)
... ng any of my symptoms except for my heavy legs. He said I did not meet the diagnostic criteria for MS last December, and i don't meet it today. I have some white spots on my Brain which are not in areas for MS. He said i have a low risk of developing MS, but if he were to bet on it, it would be that I don't develop it. ... (24 replies)
MS Scare.....
Jan 31, 2015
... So here's where I'm at. Ive had MRI brain with contrast. blood work for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and thyroid panel all negative. My symptoms come and go. ... (7 replies)
Jan 17, 2015
... up MRI with contrast would appear to be different as active lesions would now be inactive and would not light up. ... (9 replies)
... s. If you had ALS, you would have muscle symptoms. ALS can be specifically tested. If MS is a thought, you could ask an MS Specialist to review your previous MRI images. If the specialist is interested another MRI could be ordered to compare the two. ... (4 replies)
... but my symptoms have not reduced. In fact, they are worse now. And, the cold spots and tingling are popping up briefly in new places every now and then and are still prevalent in the places mentioned above. ... (4 replies)

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