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... white matter differentiation and brain iron distribution are normal. There are one or two punctate foci of abnormal signal intensity within the right corona radiata, the etiology which is nonspecific, but most likely ischemic. ... (1 replies)
... There are few punctate foci of T2 signal within the supratentiorial white matter, and also 2 foci within the body of the corpus callosum. No MR evidence of hemorrhage or ischemia. ... (1 replies)
... There are a few tiny high T2 signal intensity foci scattered the sub cortical white matter of both frontal lobes. ... (0 replies)

... I then went and saw a 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. ... (0 replies)
... Hello everyone, I was wondering if anyone here can understand my latest MRI? I had/have an inoperable astrocytoma tumor that was found about 7 years ago, & after the biopsy i had 7 weeks of radiation that shrunk the tumor considerably. So far the tumor hasn't grown any since, but my latest MRI shows something that has progressed slowly in the area of the biopsy's burr hole in... (0 replies)
... flair hyperintense foci in the subcortical white matter of both frontal lobes." That doesn't sound good! ... (0 replies)

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