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... My husband's neurologist would not confirm the MS he was suspicious of from brain lesions because the spinal tap was negative. Dr recomended another MRI to confirm, but in that MRI the lesions were gone as viewed by the radiologist and the neuro. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Barbelle. Does anyone know if contrast MRI can detect inflammation as well as lesions? ... (8 replies)
... MS does it's damage by causing the nerves in localized areas in the brain and spinal cord to lose their protective sheaths, called myelin. ... (8 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)
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)
... Thanks for your message. It was a neurologist that sent me for the MRI scan. The part that worry me is in the Interpretation which says Tiny nonspecific focus increased signal white matter of the left frontal lobe. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. Sorry you are having these problems. Intesting that they sent you for a brain and Thoracic MRI and even more interesting that they didnt use contrast. ... (3 replies)
... o contrast. More brain lesions, none on spine. Also, absolutely no cord compression, disk problems, etc. Been on Copaxone 2 weeks now, doing well. ... (7 replies)
... Yep. A close friend of mine had a CAT first, then a MRI for confirmation. ... (5 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)
... I had the brain MRI, with contrast and then when I had lesions, it was followed by the neck MRI, which did not show lesions. ... (9 replies)
... brain and spine. Lesions can show up in either or both areas. ... (6 replies)
... No one answered my post before my MRI.. So, I had brain,neck and spine for over 2 hrs. But, they didn't use contrast and weren't going to do brain because previous MRI didn't have lesions 4 yrs. ago. ... (2 replies)
... have lesions on your brain, that's no "FOR SURE" DX either. As y'all all know by now...LOL, I have brain lesions but no firm DX of anything really. ... (45 replies)
... Recently, the neuro had me do a brain MRI with contrast and without where there was 5 lesions found. ... (7 replies)
... The MRI of the spine is rather broad. If there is a brain MRI such as with MS, then they would include the cervical spine. ... (4 replies)
... 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)
... From what is written, it sounds like some disc problems and some conditions in the brain image. An MRI may show lesions, but lesions can be the result of infections, etc. ... (15 replies)
... Did they do a contrast dye with your MRI and did the Dr. say the lesions were in the white matter, gray matter or other? ... (2 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 18, 2017
... The chances are greatest for brain lesions based upon the statistics. There are MSers whose initial lesions are on the lumbar or thoracic spine. ... (6 replies)


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