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... The scan of the posterior fossa shows the fourth ventricle to be midline in position, of normal size and configuration. The cerebellar hemispheres and vermis are normal. The mid brain, pons, and medulla are normal. ... (12 replies)
... Im not entirely clear why you titled your post MS and clusters....Clusters are a word which can mean two things in the neurological world.. ... (8 replies)
MS in 6 weeks?
Jun 28, 2006
... Does anyone know if its possible to get MS in 6 weeks? ... (1 replies)

MRI's and Lesions
Sep 27, 2011
... Interestingly enough, 6 months later that same active lesion is no longer glowing but shows up as a white mark on the MRI. ... (6 replies)
... are if you get soo many lesions in the same area, that there isnt enough brain tissue to support them...and then the dissipation of the brain tissue shows up as a black hole on an MRI. IT doesnt happen to everyone. ... (11 replies)
MRI Questions
Feb 3, 2012
... I had my MRI today. The techs actually let me see two pictures. I saw the axial view of my brain with contrast and my cervical spinal cord. I looked at some MRI pics online of lesions and I didn't notice anything remarkable in my brain. There was no big clearly defined ovals. ... (6 replies)
... ro where he went over my MRI. Good news is that there are NO new lesions and nothing showing up on contrast...we spoke about Rebif, he thinks it is the best drug in the world for me, this is now 2 years of being on it, 2 years of regular MRIs and blood work and 2 years of no new developements! So, good, right? ... (38 replies)
... some answers. Either the lesions will be present, or they wont. Unfortunately, if the symtoms continue and the lesions ARENT there this time, they might be there in 6 weeks or 6 months. Thats the tough part to swallow. ... (34 replies)
... What this means is that for the spine, Contrast is necessary. Otherwise, since the Flair sequence isnt accurate in the spine, you wont always see the lesions, and contrast will help them "light up" and glow, making them easier to see. ... (4 replies)
... Don't let the words of your neuro make you think your a crazy person.Neuro's are not the most understanding DR's.You'd think since they work with the brain and central nervous system that they would have some consideration for there patients especially when test come up negative. ... (8 replies)
... MS does it's damage by causing the nerves in localized areas in the brain and spinal cord to lose their protective sheaths, called myelin. ... (8 replies)

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