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MRI accuracy query
Mar 26, 2006
... My MRI was considered "negative" except for the notation of "flow voids" at the base of the brain. I guess whoever read the MRI didn't consider them to be important, but I'll be talking to my neuro. about it on wednesday. ... (4 replies)
MRI accuracy query
Mar 24, 2006
... Hi all. Just one last question, if I could please pick your brains? If I have numbness in the face as my major, constant symptom, then shouldn't at least something show up on an brain MRI (with contrast)? Even my neuro said that it's unusual to feel numbness and have no marks on MRI. Any suggestions? Many thanks (4 replies)
MRI accuracy query
Mar 26, 2006
... You said their were no lesions in your brain, but did they do a spinal MRI too? ... (4 replies)

MRI accuracy query
Mar 26, 2006
... I just recently got out of the hospital and had another MRI that the nurse told me there was nerve damage in my brain which would cause migraines and irregular heartbeat. She also told me the drs were leaning towards MS . ... (4 replies)
... i can't remember in which post i read that having an MRI shortly after IVSM will not provide accurate results. ... (9 replies)
... statement, the important thing is that she is acknowledging that a normal MRI does not mean no MS so it's all good. ... (31 replies)
... rything else out. The three tests usually done are the MRI, LP and evoked potential testing. Plus, the doctor likes to see two distinct episodes. Usually, the MRI will show lesions which leads the doctor to do the other tests. ... (1 replies)
... ibro diagnosis away, thank goodness. My mom has MS so I know all the symptoms and I'm experiencing what she first experienced in her 20s but I have no lesions on brain or on spine. ... (8 replies)
... CAN accomodate MS, can also leave you with very much MS like symtoms... even if you do NOT see a MS specialist, you SHOULD be seeing a neurologist just to have a MRI and see what is going on. ... (12 replies)

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