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Brain lesions
Apr 5, 2006
... Can someone please explain what is the difference between active lesions and non active. What do they look like? ... (1 replies)
... Brain lesions can be caused by a variety of problems and smoking has been shown to be one of many possible causes. Your lesions could also have been present from childhood due to a high fever. There is really no way to see onset of lesions if you have them present with your first MRI. ... (8 replies)
Dormant MS
Sep 24, 2013
... I'm so confused. I was evaluated for MS about 5 years ago because of the many brain lesions showing on my MRI. ... (2 replies)

... there is absolutely NO WAY you can see lesions and know what you are seeing. ... (11 replies)
... There in Colorado you have many MS Specialists. I should think that given Kaiser's vast network, you should be able to be seen by an MS Specialist. The MS Specialist would be able to take your Lyme into consideration and even test you again for it. ... (7 replies)
... reliever for fibro et al. Without a diagnosis, please tread carefully and watch for any problems due to the medication. It does not sound like your neuro is an MS Specialist. ... (14 replies)
... I believe (my non-medical opinion) that you have lesions, but the cause or origin has not yet been determined. Lesions can be caused by viruses or a myriad of diseases (including MS). Ask your doctor for his opinion. (1 replies)
... and I do not have a single lesion on my spinal cord....they can both be caused by brain lesions as well.... ... (65 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)
... but I have a host of symptoms and they are making me wonder if I have MS now that my B12 level is more stable and at a good level.My symptoms went away in 2002,but came back so much worse in 2006. ... (29 replies)
? on lesions
Nov 19, 2007
... Shelly, you asked how long it takes for lesions to show up...thats not a science. ... (20 replies)
... Well then explain to me why no lesions showed up on my original MRI if they were caused by migraines or something else? ... (12 replies)
... You can have MS early on without any noticeable lesions. ... (3 replies)
... Since we are not doctors, please bear in mind that this is a non medical opinion. ok? ... (27 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)
... I do not know why the nero did not do the contrast and I do not know what he was looking for but he did mention MS as I had ON and with having ON they have to rule out MS. ... (3 replies)
... Ok, that may be what is up with me then. I will have to wait and see of course. I have really funny sensations right now. Patches of tingles, numbness, and just funny things with my skin. I started having problems when my ON started. I actually thought my eye problem was gluacoma or a torn retina. I was shocked to hear ON. No one has started me on any treatment. I have... (8 replies)
... In my case they found characteristic lesions in both the brain and spine, which, along with a few seemingly random things that shook out in my medical history was sufficient for a diagnosis. ... (8 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)
... Is your neurologist an MS Specialist? ... (13 replies)


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