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Pages: 1 2 3 4 Showing 1 - 20 of 88 for brain lesions that are not multiple sclerosis. (0.124 seconds)

... After researching my symptoms online, I found multiple sclerosis could be one of causes to my troubles. ... (8 replies)
... Your doctor in France is incorrect. Lesions do not disappear. The scars are with you always. Some are "absorbed" and leave "black holes" in the aftermath. ... (8 replies)
... Alex. There is quite a bit you need to learn about MS before you jump to conclusions. There are 4 types of MS. ... (8 replies)

... Bergen County or Hudson County. If need be we can look at other parts of NJ. Basically my friend was doing well in Tysabri but she found out that she had a good chance of getting PML so she stopped that. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for the info MSJayhawk. Is it common people with MS decide not to use steroids to help with symptoms? ... (8 replies)
... so are you seeing white spots on your MRI, or did your doctor use that term? ... (4 replies)
... rates you are going to be confounded with the increased rates due to ageing and that doesn't seem to have been corrected for? ... (7 replies)
... old son had an episode of optic neuritis in the left eye, with pain and loss of vision. The ophthalmologist ordered MRIs of the brain and orbits. Brain MRI showed that the left optic nerve was larger than right, which could be an early sign of multiple sclerosis. ... (21 replies)
... And there are even more than this, but I just wanted to show that lesions can have a variety of causes from simply aging or migraines to much more complicated problems. ... (18 replies)
... ve been randomly feeling all sorts of other weird symptoms which are mostly temporary and more inconvenient than debilitating. ... (8 replies)
... mineral deficiencies can cause symptoms such as those seen in Multiple Sclerosis. ... (9 replies)
... as others have, and are becoming disheartened. ... (89 replies)
... Optic Neuritis, is exactly what you stated, inflammation of the optic nerve. MS related optical neuritis means that the body attacked itself, leaving behind a scar on the optic nerve. The scar is the lesion. ... (2 replies)
Jan 13, 2010
... whatever is being scanned....this picks up lesions, which are indicative of MS. Lesions can also be from migranes, prior brain truama, and infections...only a Neurologist can really tell the difference between a MS type lesion and other lesions... ... (3 replies)
... A spinal tap is to be avoided if at all possible. Make CERTAIN that the individual DOING it has done THOUSANDS. Is there any real diagnostic reason for doing the tap? ... (28 replies)
... Peripheral neurpathy means that the network which transmits information between the central nervous system and the brain is damaged. Since MS is a disease of the central nervous system, yes you can have both MS and periperheral neuropathy. ... (6 replies)
... First off, your doctor did a great job in getting you to a neurologist. I hope the neuro handles multiple sclerosis as a specialty. I would leave your report aside and allow the neurologist the opportunity review it together with you. ... (14 replies)
... NO BANDS then beneath that it says there are "5 distinct bands that are not present in the patient's corresponding serum sample. These bands indicate abnormal synthesis of gammaglobulins in the central nervous system. ... (6 replies)
... I'm so glad to read that others have everything going on that i have. ... (1 replies)
My MRI report
Aug 11, 2005
... sagittal FLAIR images demonstrate that some of these lesions assume a perpendicular orientation to the ependymal surface, suggesting the possibility of multiple sclerosis. ... (1 replies)

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