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... Just wondering about the life expectancy of a brain lesion. ... (1 replies)
... My heart goes out to you.I suffered a radial nerve palsy after months of experiencing M.S symptoms.My brain Mri showed a 9mm lesion suspected to be demylinating typically seen with M.S. Was also told I could have a brain tumor, or white matter caused by a small stroke.... ... (4 replies)
Brain lesion
Apr 19, 2005
... It showed a lesion on my brain in the pons region. He told me to NOT see a neurologist, but find a neurosurgeon. ... (2 replies)

Brain lesion
Apr 18, 2005
... Am curious what part of the brain are MS lesions normally located? ... (2 replies)
Brain lesion
Apr 19, 2005
... Hi-My lesions are also in the frontal lobe...I have trouble saying things at times and remembering things....I put my socks in the freezer!!!! The focal changes mean that there is some change in the lesion....perhaps it is turning to plaque??? I hope so. I have had an MRI recently and have new lesions in the spinal area...YEAH......I hope you are doing well and hang in... (2 replies)
... they can heal over time and the specific symptoms at that time can go away. though they may come back nothing is guaranteed! but yes brain lesions can heal. ... (1 replies)
McDonald Criteria?
Mar 22, 2008
... enhancing brain lesions or T2 lesions occurring in the first few weeks after the onset of a first clinical episode to be part of the criterion of dissemination in time. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Curious, Sorry to hear of your situation. We are not allowed to provide links to websites, but I've copied some information that might help you. It came from tables into this text box, so that is why the formatting isn't so great (I tried my best to organize it sensibly.) The first bit of info is a chart of conditions and what an MRI would show for that condition. The... (2 replies)
... Is it because your brain readjusts? ... (10 replies)
... You shared that you have no lesion on your spine. What about your brain? ... (3 replies)
... Please help me understand. You wrote "My dr gave me predisone for the dizziness to close the blood brain bearer."....not possible. Steroids, reduce inflammation but have zero to do with the blood brain barrier. ... (7 replies)
... of MS patients, however lesions can be caused by any number of things. They can be from migranes, prior brain trauma, infections, etc. The fact that the LP was normal...normal for what? ... (6 replies)
... on copaxone, he still felt the weaknesses in his hand. In March 2012, they did another MRI, which was then compared to the original MRI, and there was still one lesion on his brain but this time it had a swelling. ... (6 replies)
... An active lesion is one which is "glowing" on the MRI and currently doing damage. Being on Copaxone, you are supposedly eliminating any future activity. ... (2 replies)
... my MS specialist along with my regular Neuro have decided that "one" of the many lesions in my brain is causing this...and the nerve damage is obviously permanent. Its been this way for three years now. ... (5 replies)
... Lesion load for each person with MS varies, some have a lot and some have very few. Lesion load can decrease, increase or stay the same from one MRI to another. ... (4 replies)
... You have a spinal lesion in exactly the same spot as me, and to be honest, it's not a good spot to have one. ... (24 replies)
... in a wheelchair before he took action on my progressing symptoms. Anyways... she asked to see the MRIs which I was more than willing. She saw the same potential lesion that my new neurologist picked up on. Its very tiny and is only seen from one angle on the brain MRI. Then she saw something on the spine MRI and said... ... (1 replies)
... tral nervous system, the brain, and spinal cord. Inflammation caused by the disease destroys a protective coating surrounding the nerves in multiple areas of the brain and spinal cord. ... (3 replies)
... Got my brain scan results and my dr is sending me to a neurologist for MS. ... (14 replies)


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