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... there is absolutely NO WAY you can see lesions and know what you are seeing. ... (11 replies)
... There is also no single test, by it's self, which can definitely give a diagnosis of MS. Lesions found on MRI can have other causes and is not specific for MS. For this reason redoing MRIs every 6 months is not uncommon. ... (9 replies)
... thanks for responding. No diagnosis for me either yet. Neuro will do another MRI in a year. I have 9 lesions on the brain MRI. I wonder if you can have lesions for no reason. Any ideas? ... (4 replies)

... I can help you a little with these because this is what I do for a living. I'm an MRI tech. First of all, from the report, the diagnosis "at the top" is the reason why the test is being performed. It is just part of the written order used to obtain your exam. ... (9 replies)
Saw Neuro Today
Feb 1, 2006
... Was this lesion on the ct scan or mri,very seldon do lesions apear on ct scans.I have tarlov cysts at the lumbar nerve endings also called lesions these do not show up on a cat scan,the mri they do. ... (3 replies)
... I wanted to point out that where the lesions are, does NOT control where the symptoms manifest or where the pain is. I have every single one of the problems you mentioned, and not one Lesion in my spine. ... (21 replies)
... Looking for some avenue to ask some questions... ... (4 replies)
... However, with the mcdonald criteria a certain amount of lesions are key, as well as placement of them. ... (35 replies)
... Good for you, girlfriend!!! ... (17 replies)
... company provided disability benefits because none of the many doctors I've seen would give me even a tentative diagnosis, other than my family dr who's known me for more than a decade, and knows I didn't just suddenly become lazy and stupid. ... (10 replies)
... I am no MS expert, but my MRI showed several lesions. I agree that there is no reason to assume lesions mean MS or anything serious or even controllable. ... (15 replies)
... d your own MRIs....its a very bad thing to do. We are NOT doctors and if we were, we wouldnt be here wondering about this stuff. We PAY doctors to interpret this for us and if you are questioning the doctor who is either interpreting this or talking to you about this, then a second opinion should be gotten. ... (12 replies)
... and totally understandable. While I don't feel at all qualified to say whether or not it could be MS, I can say that for 12 yrs prior to my diagnosis, I had terrible urinary tract infections for no reason. ... (5 replies)
... If the doctor is sitting on the fence waiting for the VEP or Optic Nerve or LP, I would ask them to follow the Revised McDonald Criteria. I have never had an abnormal LP. ... (8 replies)
Jan 25, 2013
... my heel of one foot down shin of other leg from knee to foot was slow and not straight... this seemed abnormal... one should be able to do this quickly and with no mistakes... ... (2 replies)
New lessions
Mar 28, 2008
... Also, its not the number of lesions, but the position of them....where they are located. I have over 50 lesions and do just fine...they are all in my brain. After 18 months on Rebif, I have NOT had a single new one...which is excellent. ... (3 replies)
No answers.
Mar 24, 2015
... She did every test need eye tests blood spinal tap which showed nothing MRIs of my brain neck and back and nothing showed up only the lesions in my brain that I have had which they say are from migraines. And are in. The wrong spot for MS and the symptoms that I am having. ... (9 replies)
... go back to work the next day at 7am, I had so much energy. Then it all came to a screeching halt back in March. I noticed myself becoming more and more fatigued for no reason. I thought maybe it was the weather because it was starting to get warmer and I had sinus infections chronically over the winter. ... (3 replies)
More Tests....
Mar 13, 2008
... of people will never demonstate lesions on their MRI. Although rare, its possible. So thats 10 out of every 100 people. ... (7 replies)
... I could lay around at home just as well as in the hospital. I am going to see a neurologist in a month. I had a MRI of the spine he said it ws fine and of the brain the nurse said it was not too too bad. What the heck does that mean. But I do not think they saw lesions. I am confused about what is happening. ... (1 replies)

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