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... there is absolutely NO WAY you can see lesions and know what you are seeing. ... (11 replies)
... Hey, anybody know what they mean when they say "demyelinating disease"? ... (18 replies)
... My spine is caked with really large lesions I have the l'hermitte's too, it's annoying, but I've had that so long I can't remember a time when I didn't have them. ... (7 replies)

... Lesions in the brain do not always mean MS. Lesions can come from migrane headaches, prior head trauma and even infections. The size, shape and placement of the lesions is what tells the neurologist if MS should be considered. ... (15 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)
... they DONT always mean MS, however having 9 of them is really unusual unless it is MS. I had 50 when diagnosed. You need to talk to us more about what tests you have had, why your doctor is so sure..... ... (11 replies)
... I am not a medical professional of any sort. I have not had experience reading MRIs or interpreting reports. Having said all that, here's what I've learned from my own experience. "no foci of abnormal signal.." means they saw no white spots, that's how lesions look. ... (19 replies)
... Hi there. You should be impressed by any doc who calls on a sunday night! However, unfortunately, I cant comment on what he told you. I know very little about spinal issues, and not having any lesions in my spine makes me even less able to talk to you about it. ... (5 replies)
... the lesions last forever once they there? ... (11 replies)
... I too am going through exactly what 18wife's husband is going through. After 2 visits to 2 different neurologists in 2 different states, I have no diagnosis of MS or for that matter, anything else. ... (8 replies)
Might have MS
May 5, 2007
... I'm surprised they didn't give you a little more information as to what they suspect it might be. ... (13 replies)
... last week, it showed multiple lesions consistant with MS or another demylating disease. OR neuro Lymes. I had the LP done but am waiting for results. ... (2 replies)
... fear the DMDs will cause more problems than they would ever solve and possibly making me worse. ... (8 replies)
... pe 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. They will be in the best position to help you. ... (14 replies)
... med, and I'm sure that what they mean to tell you is that at some point you should learn to bridle your suspicions, or concerns of those "in the system" that say they have your best interests at heart, and actually have that charter under "The System's" design, however flawed. ... (8 replies)
... lyme, bith came back negative. Then they ordered the mri of the brain. Also, I've been tired. ... (13 replies)
... White spots, always show up on MRIs, and like dogsbestfriend stated, they do not always mean MS....lesions, which are white spots on the MRI, can come from migranes, previous head trauma, brain infections, and many other things.... ... (4 replies)
... but they want to make sure. Its not a scary test...the anxiety of having it is 100x worse than the test itself. ... (3 replies)
... spine I have never had this done before can anyone tell me what they are looking for exactally ? ... (5 replies)
... I know that the MRI that they did was without contrast. Does that mean that I could have had more lesions on my brain than what they found? ... (18 replies)

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