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I have to agree with JayHawk I think it is to your advantage to have your MRI studied by an MS specialist. I am an example of a general radiologist from a general neurologist's office not seeing ANY of the lesions in my cervical spine which is often more serious than brain lesions OR seeing active lesions Thankfully I found an MS specialist who is also qualified to read MRIs himself. He diagnosed me immediately from looking at the MRI discs I took with me!
[QUOTE=Whimpurr;5171079]I have to agree with JayHawk I think it is to your advantage to have your MRI studied by an MS specialist. I am an example of a general radiologist from a general neurologist's office not seeing ANY of the lesions in my cervical spine which is often more serious than brain lesions OR seeing active lesions Thankfully I found an MS specialist who is also qualified to read MRIs himself. He diagnosed me immediately from looking at the MRI discs I took with me![/QUOTE]


Whimpurr , i see you are new to the diagnosis, Feb .. thanks for telling me this. it is interesting that it makes such a difference. i agree and i ll follow up this. it is not good to run after doctors to get a diagnosis for a chronic disease like ms, but it just means how having no answer is worse. i called the mri centre and i asked them to give me the cd for the spinal mri next week.





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