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... There are thousands of combinations of what a brain MRI should look like. ... (5 replies)
... om was dullness in my left leg. As far as I understood, the lesion that effected that area in on my spine. The first neurologist I saw that sent me for a spine MRI suspected that based on my symptoms, the area of inflammation was located on my lower cervical spine. ... (5 replies)
... spine they should be doing an MRI. MS lesions can show up anywhere on the spinal cord. ... (49 replies)

... however its still the Brain which will have the highest chance of showing lesions...ok? ... (10 replies)
... I just want to give you something else to chew on , and hopefully be less concerned about. New studies are changing on the thoughts on not only how many lesions can cause damage, but where they are located. ... (7 replies)
... MRI in 2011 showed 1 lesion that at the time was suspected to be reduced blood flow and not a lesion at all. MRI was taken due to headaches and trigeminal neuralgia. ... (7 replies)
... and had an MRI showing "a spot on the frontal lobe" of my brain. ... (5 replies)
... etc in order to have a comparison to her recent and only MRI showing the lesions. ... (9 replies)
... My GP who saw me first told me my B12 was low and gave me shots of B12 and in the last blood test its now showing high. So I know that is not the problem. I also have thyroids problems but I am taking medication for that as well. everything else came back normal. ... (11 replies)
Brain shrinkage
Jan 24, 2007
... Hi all. I have posted here before but thought ms was ruled out due to no lesions on mri. Saw my enodcrinologist today and he saw the neurologist report of "supratentorial cerebral cortical atrophy" signifigant to my age. ... (4 replies)
... Headaches and migraines can cause brain lesions as well as some of the other symptoms you are having. Trigeminal neuralgia can be related to Multiple Sclerosis but can also be a stand alone diagnosis. ... (7 replies)
Jun 1, 2010
... spine. The orignal plan was to wait until sept for the second MRI to confirm but they told me to call if anything new happened so thats what I did and they just said they were going to stick to the orignal plan. ... (12 replies)
... the Brain MRI will be the most telling. ... (11 replies)
... The brain MRI was fine. ... (4 replies)
APS vs. MS
Oct 2, 2003
... I have white lesions in my brain as per MRI. ... (1 replies)
... What is the point if it seems to be that they will need to end up doing another mri now with contrast? ... (15 replies)
... are showing in your brain MRI. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Cindy and Bearygood. Although i cannot dispute that what Bearygood is saying, my Neuro-opthamologist has a slightly different take on what he termed ON with regard to my case. When I first had the color blindness and the excruitating pain, I went to my regular opthamologist, who was able to see behind my eye and determine that the optic nerve was inflamed...he then sent... (29 replies)
... h a neuro muscular specialist. He went to her with my chart and they discussed it and are going to dig a little deeper in regards to my symptoms, even though my brain is showing an increase in lesions over the past six months, but nothing currently active. The first was going to put me on MS drugs, "to make me happy" I felt. ... (4 replies)
Lymes Disease??
Jun 29, 2002
... although the symptoms are similar, there are many differences between MS and Lymes. I don't think Lymes results in damage to the nerves myelin sheath coating so brain and spinal MRI showing lesions would be indicative of MS rather than Lymes. Also, I believe an analysis of spinal fluid can further confirm MS. ... (1 replies)

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