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Brain MRI - report
Aug 15, 2007
... t mri today........ ... (23 replies)
... Despite this, I am terrified at the prospect of what this means. Do lesions on the brain always indicate the presence of MS? ... (4 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)

Help is this MS?
Oct 22, 2012
... high signal intensity foci in various regions of brain, in the white matter front and right lobes adjacent to the anterior horn of the right ventrical and foci of patchy high signal intensity of the right cerebral hemisphere. ... (11 replies)
... I am 43 y.o female. I had a neck and brain MRI earlier this week and have the results. I do not take any medications other than Ambien to sleep. ... (4 replies)
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
... Tgere are a few nonspecific subcortical foci of increased signal within the right cerebral hemisphere. These are nonspecific in nature. ... (6 replies)
... MY pcp prdered an MRI for brain and thsi is what I got. ... (2 replies)
... I now have 2 positive tests. My brain MRI results shows "scattered nonspecific Foci of T2 Signal abnormalities in the subcortical and deep white matter" That is exactly how the MRI report reads, nothing more, nothing less. ... (8 replies)
... all have to say and all seem very helpful. I have a few questions regarding MRI's and diagnosis. I have not yet been diagnosed but have been sent by neuro for brain and cervical spine mri, both without contrast. The cervical spine I had to go and pick up the written report myself from the radiologist because my dr. ... (15 replies)
... are showing in your brain MRI. ... (9 replies)
... Has anyone else had a brain MRI that said numerous small foci of T2 and flair hyperintensity in the deep and subcortical white matter of the cerebral hemispheres with relative sparing of the periventricular white matter? ... (5 replies)
... go and tunneling noises I was having. I don't remember much about that other than I had to get these tubey things down my ears and listen to noises along with an MRI of the neck and some other tests. ... (6 replies)
... My regular doctor ordered a brain MRI recently which showed eight "foci" that could be some kind of plaques from MS. ... (4 replies)
... A few scattered nonspecific white matter changes filling none of the mcDonald criteria for MS. This basically rules out MS. ... (6 replies)
... spine MRI which were deemed normal except for a pituitary adenoma. I went back to neuro. For an EMG which was normal. ... (3 replies)
... ok so I finally went for the MRI and they found two small deep Demylinations which the report states cannot rule out MS which shocked me.... ... (4 replies)
... enhancing white matter foci incidentally noted. ... (8 replies)
Next Steps?
Jun 30, 2016
... ing to the bathroom and was quite vague afterwards. Two weeks later it happened again. My company wanted to make sure I hadn't had a seizure so I had to have a brain MRI. ... (6 replies)
... I recently had an MRI due to numbness, tingling, weakness in arms and legs, muscle spasms, dizziness, and extreme fatigue. ... (2 replies)

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