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If you have MS, there is nothing to indicate MS in any blood tests.

The VEP can indicate things that are happening neurologically that may or may not yet be indicated in an MRI. Due to my positive VEP, they did another MRI further south and found lesions on my thoracic spine. Whenever I need an MRI now, they scan my head, cervical spine and thoracic spine. :angel:
[QUOTE=MSJayhawk;4226076]If you have MS, there is nothing to indicate MS in any blood tests.

The VEP can indicate things that are happening neurologically that may or may not yet be indicated in an MRI. Due to my positive VEP, they did another MRI further south and found lesions on my thoracic spine. Whenever I need an MRI now, they scan my head, cervical spine and thoracic spine. :angel:[/QUOTE]

Oh they already convinced me that I don't have MS because I have no trace of lesions in the brain. They haven't mentioned whether or not they saw any spinal lesions and I didn't know to ask at that time. My opthalmologist says there are bound to be abnormalities in my VEP test because I've had papilloedema in both eyes, although two years apart. It's just that the neurologists are now running the blood test to see if I have Devic's antibodies.





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