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Brain MRI
Feb 7, 2012
... not to worry , I just had to comfort my best friend because she got a MS diagnosis about 1:00 today, she also has spinal issues and for years the doctors blamed everything on her spinal issues , her husband had to get a part time job so that he could pay for her tests, I hope you don't have it, only your tests and doctors will be able to determine that, lots of luck to you (6 replies)
Brain MRI
Feb 7, 2012
... Few scattered subcortical foci of abnormalo signal within the white matter of the right cerebral hemisphere. Otherwise unremarkable MRI of the brain. ... (6 replies)
... The last sentence from your report would be a principle cause for action in ordering an LP. Due to the aggressiveness of a possible infection, the doctor should run an LP to clear you. ... (3 replies)

... The first bit of info is a chart of conditions and what an MRI would show for that condition. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks MSNik and MSJayhawk. I typed what was in both reports verbatim. The questions that you are raising is the reason why I doubted the results also. The orders were for a brain scan with and without contrast and a c-spine scan with and without contrast. However, in reading the c-spine scan results, I questioned as to if they are REALLY the right results. I will check... (12 replies)
... I am currently a diagnostic patient at Mayo in Jacksonville. My neuro is currently performing work up for MS as well as assessing my trigeminal neuralgia and hemifacial spasms. ... (7 replies)
... not a standard diagnostic test for MS so I'm a little confused. As far as what showed up on the MRI, it all depends. ... (10 replies)
... I spoke to the diagnostic office. They said that my doctor was the one who read the scans and dictated the report. So now I'm REALLY worried. ... (12 replies)
... An MS Specialist needs to review your MRI images. A radiologist does not diagnose MS. An MS Specialist will read the MRI images on their own. If you have MS, the MRI is only one tool in the diagnostic process. ... (15 replies)
Just a question??
Jun 15, 2016
... The brain MRI is good. It is important who reads the MRI image. There will be a radiologist's report, but you need to have an MS Specialist read the image themselves. ... (12 replies)
MRI Question
Dec 21, 2012
... Jayhawk on this one! Not only is it unethical for a tech or radiologist to change a doctors order, its illegal. You should call your doctor and the hospital or MRI center where it was done and file a report. Without the contrast, there is quite a good chance that something was missed..... ... (2 replies)
... The summary report supported every single claim I had made to my neuro, and then some, and made him obviously out to be a liar, and that's being kind. ... (8 replies)
... detected brain lesions consistent with MS. ... (3 replies)
... m also realistic and my symptoms and initial MRI do point towards MS. What else could it be? ... (8 replies)
... Your diagnostic imagin tests haved been reviewed by a radiologists. Your MRI of brain is unremarkable except nonspecific white matter disease changes. This is a chronic condition and does not have clinical significance. ... (4 replies)
... If so, do you have a copy of your MRI report from the radiologist? ... (15 replies)
Puzzled MS
Oct 22, 2008
... se findings are most consistent with multiple sclerosis although other etiologies are not excluded such as Lyme disease, vasculitis, to mention only a few of the diagnostic considerations. ... (2 replies)
... symptom I have had has been put down to Fibro. It was only when seeing a rheumatologist that my legs started to tremble so badly he took it seriously and did an MRI Scan. This states that is does not fulfil the criteria for MS but does not rule it out as there are more than 20 hyper intense lesions. ... (1 replies)
... Have they done a MRI of the neck and spine.Remember the nurse said they looked fine.Talk to the Neurologist.It took me 3 different Neurologist to get one to look at the actual films. ... (33 replies)
... :wave: Yes...When they take the fluid off of the spine they also take some off of the brain. When it's tested it's not only for ms but for other deaeases. Ms and alot of other thing mimic each other and each one has to be ruled out. If it is ms the base line is set. Spinal tap sounds scary but it a cake walk. I've had 2 sepaeate spianals done with and without contrast. The... (3 replies)

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