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... were not lit up on the MRI under contrast, which means they are old....and havent recently formed... ... (11 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... An MRI should be with and without contrast. The contrasting will "light up" active lesions. ... (7 replies)
... Yep. A close friend of mine had a CAT first, then a MRI for confirmation. ... (5 replies)

Cervical mri ms
Feb 23, 2008
... spine MRI, and just found out that MS is twice as likely to show up there than anywhere else. ... (6 replies)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 22, 2008
... When I had my MRI in 2002, my brain scan did not require contrast because the lesions were easily read. The active lesions were located on my cervical MRI and spine. They used contrast then and the active lesions "lit up". ... (6 replies)
... stop new lesions from forming and to reduce relapses. That being said, we have to look at the whole picture. Ive been on Rebif 2 years this month. The first 6 months dont really count, as it is just building up in your blood stream. ... (38 replies)
... sible to have Optic Neuritis without pain but most commonly, there is some pain associated with it, especially when you move the eye from side to side, sometimes up and down. ... (12 replies)
Relapse Ending?
Apr 30, 2012
... Spinal MRI scheduled for the 7th. If the lesions are no longer lit up, will that lead to a negative or just probable diagnosis? ... (25 replies)
... sorry you are going through this. Its really scary not knowing what is going on. Similar to what the other posters said to you, its not a cut and dried situation on whether this sounds like MS or not. ... (5 replies)
... both with and without contrast. None of my lesions glowed with contrast, but there were more on the second MRI than on the first. They were done at the same place, in the same machine. ... (7 replies)
... holy you've been on a lot!! What are you taking now? ... (9 replies)
... ction study would only show "something' if it was related to the part of the body it was conducted if you had carpal tunnel, the nerve conduction study on your hand would have shown that it was carpal tunnel. ... (12 replies)
... But I can still curl my toes on both feet and move them a bit for approx. ... (89 replies)
... ere talking to me, or Peg when you asked about the MRI. I had 3 of them too., but had them all within the first month. The first one, was given at the ER, just a brain MRI, without contrast. From there, I was referreed to the Neuro, who ordered them again, Brain, and Spine, brain with AND without contrast. ... (13 replies)
... if you had an MRI with contrast, it would have lit up. So in that sense, yes, it will heal. When I went to the doctor and got dxed I had Optic Neuritis. ... (12 replies)
... ophthalmologist if a lesion on the optic nerve will always be apparent on an MRI of the optics. ... (16 replies)
... Being the noncompliment person that I am....I didn't want any brain imaging because I didn't think that it would really make a difference. ... (6 replies)
Worried in MD
Jul 9, 2013
... I had my MRI today and I highly recommend Valium, works like a charm. Anyway, the place I get mine done gives you a CD. So....what do you think I did as soon as I got home? ... (43 replies)
Apr 21, 2007
... remitting MS on Thursday. ... (11 replies)
... of it weighs on your diagnosis is on the doctor's shoulders. I know there are some neuros who rely too heavily on the LP when it is not a requirement under the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (59 replies)

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