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... only included the brain and cervical spinal cord. Since I'm a poor student, I had no choice but to forego the thoracic MRI. ... (8 replies)
... ery odd symptoms as well and several Dr.s have said it is not MS, but probably a combination of allergies and possibly a nerve issue from the abuse I have put my spine through for so may years. This of course is from the rare Doctor who will actually try to explain why all tests are clear and clean with no other diagnosis. ... (8 replies)
... Hi again! My understanding is that the contrast will 'show up' lesions that are active inflamation. ... (8 replies)

... spine scan with and without contrast. ... (12 replies)
... Lori, yes they should do brain and c spine MRI's, as the lesions can be in both. ... (6 replies)
... Some people with M.S. symptoms have had MRIs showing no lesions, and some people WITHOUT M.S. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Everyone! I just wanted to post to clear up some confusion about MRI scans. There is no radiation involved with MRI's. You do get a little radiation with CT Scans, but it is so finely collimated these days that there is very minimal risk involved. ... (8 replies)
... guration. The cerebral hemisphere show 4 scattered areas of altered signal in the white matter including in a perventricular distribution. There is no abnormal contrast enhancement. ... (12 replies)
... Hi first of all, contrast doesnt include an IV. Its a quick stick, where they injectd the dye into your arm or back of hand, and it takes less then 20 big deal. ... (3 replies)
... So when I originally called for my appt. they said to bring the disk of MRI images and he would look at it. I brought it and all my paperwork, including the MRI report. When I got there he said he would look at the disk. ... (7 replies)
... Who has read and discussed your results with you? ... (12 replies)
... spine both with contrast. I guess I'll need a sitter for most of the day with waiting and travel. ... (4 replies)
? on lesions
Nov 20, 2007
... I know. If I'm still having sx after Christmas then I'm going to request a full brain & c spine mri (with & w/o contrast). If he doesn't agree then I'll look for another neuro. (20 replies)
MRI Question
Sep 16, 2012
... The Neurologist doesn't want to MRI the brain at all and I thought he should, but I could be wrong and there might be very little risk that real lesions there have developed within these last 6 mts. ... (15 replies)
... But I finally requested that a direct comparison be made as when I examined my 2 copies of MRI scans I could most distinctly see more lesions on the left side of my brain than were there in 2007. I am a 59 year old female. ... (11 replies)
... o contrast are ALL normal. ... (20 replies)
... Okay, so I just called the MRI dept. at Queens Hospital, and asked which MRI's were ordered for me. ... (16 replies)
MRI Questions
Feb 3, 2012
... I had my MRI today. The techs actually let me see two pictures. I saw the axial view of my brain with contrast and my cervical spinal cord. I looked at some MRI pics online of lesions and I didn't notice anything remarkable in my brain. There was no big clearly defined ovals. ... (6 replies)
... Many tests later my primary care dr. is referring me to a neurologist because of "a questionable spot" on my brain stem on the MRI. All my problems are on the left side of my body and the "spot" is on the right side of my brain stem. ... (5 replies)
Mri of c spine
Jun 8, 2007
... When I had my lumbar MRI back in Sept 06, I asked the technician if they could use contrast, she stated told me that they only do this when a person has had back surgery previously. ... (15 replies)

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