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... there is absolutely NO WAY you can see lesions and know what you are seeing. ... (11 replies)
... like symptoms for a while now, the worst of which were serious balance and gait problems. I had a contrast MRI of brain and spinal cord about 3 months ago which showed 2 small lesions on the left frontal lobe but they were not "active" at the time. ... (10 replies)
... The pressure in my mouth I explained with that hospitalization years back has only happened a few times since, but NOTHING like that initial time. Thank goodness. ... (5 replies)

... I was in a car accident recently. ... (2 replies)
MS and emotion
Dec 1, 2005
... OK, I've been having some pain in my left hip and leg. I kept seeing the cluster of lesions in my right frontal lobe, and I wondered if the two were related. So I did a quick web search to see if I could find what part of the brain controls what. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, everyone! It's been a while since I posted on the forums and I'm hoping a few people remember me. ... (8 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. This is of questionable significance. ... (3 replies)
Probable MS
May 11, 2011
... Thanks for your reply. I do have spots on my brain MRI, just not the spinal one. ... (6 replies)
... The MRI report says there are "not enough lesions to meet the criteria at this time". This sounds like MS to me, how many lesions are required to meet the criteria? ... (10 replies)
... I have a question for anyone who has or knows about MS. I have what has been termed the MS hug. It's identical to the symptoms people speak about who have MS. ... (0 replies)
... that it said questionable signifacance means that it wasnt specific enough to know what it meant....and that could still be because there wasnt contrast ordered and because there wasnt a Cspine order. Tiny nonspecific focus increased signal white matter of the left frontal lobe is actually not a bad thing... ... (3 replies)
Is it MS or what?
Jun 27, 2004
... severe memory loss, pain all over, balance and coordination problems,muscle weakness, etc. ... (3 replies)
... Secondly, most of my lesions are in the frontal lobe. ... (59 replies)
... sever dizziness, ear fullness. The symptoms got really bad within the 2 years of having my daughter in 2002. I was even hospitalized for a week with a severe headache that created so much pressure that I felt like every tooth in my mouth was going to pop out. ... (5 replies)
... the result was abnormal, showing one small lesion in the frontal lobe. He said it was likely due to my headaches, so he put me on Topamax. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone. I have lurked for a couple of days and have seen a lot of positive and helpful information amongst posts. I have not been diagnosed with anything yet, but am seeking guidance in understanding things and finding the proper doctor. ... (3 replies)
... later changed to 'Suspect MS' in the mid 90's, and was later treated with propranolol for familial tremors. ... (2 replies)
... p.m. this evening. After being examined by his NP, the doctor came in from reviewing my MRIs and immediately said he could diagnose MS just by the MRIs alone. They were very classic. ... (10 replies)
Very frustrating
Feb 1, 2011
... random "unrelated" "causeless" surgeries from age 15 to 36. Weird and often severe maladies...I even scored the brilliant ortho who finally found out that I did NOT have Carp. ... (5 replies)
... I recently had an MRI with and without contrast. The report stated that a 5x6mm ovoid lesion was in the right frontal brain lobe with noted intensity in the left frontal and right pons. They say that the findings are suspicious of MS. Has anyone had a similar MRI? ... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: depression, mri results, multiple sclerosis, newly diagnosed, tremors, white matter.

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