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... Thanks for your message. It was a neurologist that sent me for the MRI scan. The part that worry me is in the Interpretation which says Tiny nonspecific focus increased signal white matter of the left frontal lobe. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. Sorry you are having these problems. Intesting that they sent you for a brain and Thoracic MRI and even more interesting that they didnt use contrast. ... (3 replies)
... gone. My girlfriend at the time was worried about them because sometimes I would nearly fall down. Lack of balance or dizziness is pretty unusual for someone who can do a handstand 33 feet in the air, spin and twist around, hit the water at 45 MPH and not break his neck! ... (15 replies)

... my thighs. Every second of every day, even in my sleep, I was dizzy and had these weird muscle twitches when the dizziness seemed most intense. Doctors couldn't find anything wrong at all. Then one day, it just stopped. ... (6 replies)
... central disk protrusion, mild central spinal without neural foraminal stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... spine guy...this does NOT qualify him to read a MRI or to order one to rule out MS. So, I wouldnt believe that what he told you, that there is no problems on your MRI is true. ... (8 replies)
... hi there. Im sorry you arent feeling well. To answer your question, contrast is used so that they do NOT skip or miss anything....for a MS scan, it is almost always used.... ... (9 replies)
First Neuro appt.
Aug 17, 2010
... Your doctor wasted your time and your insuarnce having you do a brain MRI without contrast.....more then likely that will be repeated. ... (4 replies)
... Im sorry. SO, your MRI suggests there is nothing really wrong with your spine. All the degeneration in the world can be from trauma, like a car accident, or normal from aging. Stenosis, is also a normal thing, if its mild. ... (8 replies)
... and found that it is also known as Devic's Disease. As it has similarities to MS, I guess the MS sufferers here are probably familiar with it, although I cannot find any recent postings on this topic on the forum. ... (17 replies)
... Me If I Had Been Tested For B12 Defiecency,told Him Probably I've Had So Many Blood Test In 2 Years,i Don't Know Anymore,he Checked The Test He Had And Couldn't Find Any Results From B12 Test So Now He Wants Me To Go Have Another Blood Test.he Said A Problem With B12 Can Cause Numbness.sooooo.anyone Know Anything About This? ... (1 replies)
... rve test both negative still pain in shoulder and arm joint on certain movement, not a constant pain just if i move the wrong way. said to dr, i had spots on my brain 5yrs ago, do u think something is kicking in with this happening.......basically ignored me ........so the numbness eventually went away over time......... ... (5 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)
... e able to remember unimportant details, but now I can't recall much. Then I have trouble finding words when speaking. I went to a neurologist and he ordered an MRI of the brain without contrast, and it came back normal. ... (10 replies)
... My understanding is that contrast really highlights "active" lesions. That does imply "new" lesions. ... (7 replies)
... I'm new to this board and I may or may not belong here, but I can't seem to find answers anywhere else. I began having trouble with my left eye at the end of June, beginning of July, 2012. ... (6 replies)
New without dx
Oct 11, 2012
... see if you can get a referral to one who is after this appointment. ... (6 replies)
... and its always done with and without contrast....contrast helps show the tiny little lesions which might have been missed otherwise... ... (3 replies)
... Tawny, Barbelle is absolutly right, however they usually only MRI the brain first, and then the Cspine if nothing shows up on the brain. ... (10 replies)
... or arms. The muscle pain is very localised in one random spot and can be replicated by stabbing your arm or leg really hard with your finger for example. ... (8 replies)


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