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... 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)
... 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)
... brain and spine. Lesions can show up in either or both areas. ... (6 replies)

... I have had several MRI's this past year while trying to be diagnosed. I would guess I have had around seven since Feb '06. Each time I have had it with contrast. I, too, am terrified of needles and am not very pain tolerant. I did feel a little stick in my arm but not anything I couldn't handle. ... (6 replies)
... d it's been very frustrating. I read on one of your postings that primary progressive is ususally diagnosed in people over 40 and that it's noted for having the lesions in the spine, not the brain. Shouldn't they be doing MRI's with contrast on my cervical spine MRI also? ... (6 replies)
... I would wait for the neurologist to request it. If you have ongoing symptoms and the active lesions in your brain are responsible for those symptoms, then an MRI with contrast would "light up" those lesions. When I had my MRI, they did head and cervical scans with and without contrast. ... (3 replies)
? on lesions
Nov 19, 2007
... Shelly, you asked how long it takes for lesions to show up...thats not a science. ... (20 replies)
... My understanding is that contrast really highlights "active" lesions. That does imply "new" lesions. ... (7 replies)
Help is this MS?
Oct 22, 2012
... Hiya, Thanks so much for your response, I have had many tests but still no diagnosis and no further forward I did have brain and spine with the first mri this is what it said: Spine - no signifanct cord compression but narrowing of the right neuroexit foraminia at level c6&c7, no lesions were mentioned Brain mri said: high signal intensity foci in various regions of... (11 replies)
... There are thousands of combinations of what a brain MRI should look like. ... (5 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 23, 2008
... like Im answering two different people's questions in this thread, and I DONT MIND helping both of you, but IM getting confused as to whom Im responding to..bear with me, Im having an MS night. ... (12 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)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 23, 2008
... Jayhawk or anybody, do active lesions mean you're having a flare up? ... (6 replies)
... Just wanted to add something about lesions. This is one of the mysterious things about MS. A person with just a few lesions can have many symptoms and a person with many lesions have few. No real rhyme or reason that they know of! ... (12 replies)
? on lesions
Nov 19, 2007
... up brain MRI with contrast, and according to the radiologist, he stated no change, but would still not rule out MS, among other things. ... (20 replies)
MRI Question
Dec 21, 2012
... Sorry, but the radiologist and tech circumnavigating the neuro's order for an MRI with and without contrast is unethical in my opinion and grounds for liability. ... (2 replies)
... they could have missed something on your brain....the lumbar puncture IS NOT CONCLUSIVE for MS. What it does do, is rule out brain infections and things which mimic MS... ... (6 replies)
... 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)
... 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. Additional time would need to be added if you need the thoracic spine or more if the Lumbar spine is added. ... (4 replies)


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