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Oct 25, 2007
... Does it mention MS or a form of the word demyelinating? ... (10 replies)
... And there are even more than this, but I just wanted to show that lesions can have a variety of causes from simply aging or migraines to much more complicated problems. ... (18 replies)
... Basically, in April, 2001, an international panel in association with the NMSS of America recommended revised diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis. ... (8 replies)

Is it finally MS?
Mar 19, 2016
... Do you suggest we should we ask for a brain scan now? ... (12 replies)
Is it finally MS?
Mar 19, 2016
... evaluation didn't indicate a need for the brain MRI...But, I don't know. ... (12 replies)
... positive spinal cord MRI result with two focal T2 lesions, and positive CSF findings. ... (6 replies)
... te today. My neurologist called me this morning and said she needed to see me right away. I knew why as I had seen the report from the MRI and it said that the lesions were consistent with MS. I knew along with my symptoms that this is what I was dealing with. So, today, Valentines Day, I have my official diagnosis. ... (8 replies)
... Speeding the diagnosis of MS is an important and necessary goal. ... (3 replies)
... Your blood tests eliminated many of the known mimicries and is probably why your doctor has sent you to an MS Specialist. Kudos for your doctor's assistance. ... (6 replies)
... My LP results were just fine! When I went back to the neurologist to have the LP, she adjusted the gameplan. She had said all would be a green light with no future worries if it came back clear. Now, she said regardless of the results, she wants to do another MRI in the fall... ... (19 replies)
... The last two sets of information is the current MS diagnostic criteria. Perhaps it will help you understand where you are in the diagnostic process a little bit better. ... (2 replies)
McDonald Criteria?
Mar 22, 2008
... exceptions. The MRI is an excellent tool for MS, BUT it is only one tool. Location of lesions and the extent of the lesions is a factor. ... (6 replies)
... in my left leg and arm. I also had blurred vision. My MRI showed llesions consistent with the demyelinating process found in MS. All my other neuro. exams were normal. I'm 41 years old and have never had any past symptoms that would suggest MS. ... (18 replies)
... T2 weighted sequences demonstrate innumerable white matter lesions seen throughout the biteral cerebal hemispheres as well as the brain stem and both hemispheres. The appearances consistent with a demyelinating disorder. ... (8 replies)
... Onto MS. Blood work is really done to rule out other things. There are some things that may "appear" in blood work that might be consistent with MS but NONE of them are conclusive FOR MS. ... (26 replies)
... spine and I was told that there were two lesions that showed up, but the radiologist didn't think they were conclusive for demyelination. ... (11 replies)
Help - Ms?
May 11, 2005
... Have brain lesions and diagnosed with cerebral ischemia in 2001. ... (2 replies)
Jul 13, 2013
... i agree with Nikki. also different mri facilities have different resolutions. by chance i did my brain mri with two different facilities. the private hospital had almost double resolution, and it showed a spot that was not seen in the other mri. ... (6 replies)
... I believe there is a strong genetic factor involved with the development of MS. I say that because my mother's sister has had MS for quite a few years, approximately 18 years ago her son developed MS and just this year her daughter has finally been diagnosed with MS. ... (15 replies)
... The Revised McDonald Criteria requires at least two lesions consistent with MS. Not all MSers have lesions on the brain and may well start on the spine and moving up to the brain. ... (2 replies)

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