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... to noises along with an MRI of the neck and some other tests. In 2007 I saw my PCP for all of the same symptoms that I'm having now and he ordered an MRI of the brain and Spine at that time. Both MRI's came back normal except for issues with disc degeneration and bulging discs. ... (6 replies)
Brain MRI - report
Aug 15, 2007
... t because I just had it done today, but this is what my Brain MRI report says.....can anyone help me understand it? ... (23 replies)
... MY pcp prdered an MRI for brain and thsi is what I got. ... (2 replies)

... Hi there. Dont panic. To be honest, nothing in your MRI suggests MS. I know thats not what you want to hear- but its good news! You may want to switch Neuros or take your films and reports to another one for a second opinion. Was this Neuro an MS specialist or just a regular Neuro? If he wasnt a MS specialist- he isnt qualified to look at a set of films and read... (6 replies)
... enhancing white matter foci are seen in the frontal lobe regions. ... (8 replies)
... Two small foci of hypersignal are present in the left parietal white matter and on in the left frontal white matter on FLAIR imaging. ... (6 replies)
Curious...
Mar 23, 2012
... wo contrast the revealed multiple hyperintensity foci in my frontal lobes and on the back of my brain, along with one foci in the middle of my left hemisphere. ... (6 replies)
... No offense taken. It made me laugh. I needed that. No, my MRI was really short and non specific. ... (19 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... A few nonspecific foci of FLAIR hyperintensity within the subcortical white matter, as above. ... (3 replies)
... I had my first Neuro appointment and I don't think it went very well. I'm not sure if this Dr. specializes in MS but I asked and he said he has over 100 patients who have MS. So when I originally called for my appt. they said to bring the disk of MRI images and he would look at it. I brought it and all my paperwork, including the MRI report. When I got there he said he... (7 replies)
... No evidence of acute ischemia. No tonsillar ectopia. There are multiple foci of abnormal T2 signal in the periventricular and subcortical white matter, left thalamus, and at the callosal septal interface. ... (2 replies)
Need your help
May 29, 2004
... The 98 report states ""A few, small, subcortical foci of increased T2 signal intensity are noted bilaterally. ... (5 replies)
Ms?
Dec 31, 2009
... I then went and saw a neuro dr. who gave me a milllion tests which consists of a mri of the head which showed more interval increase in scattered punctate foci of high t2flair signal lesions involving the bilateral frontal and parietal subcotical white matter non specific. ... (3 replies)
... I have been on the possible MS bandwagon for about 7 yrs, seriously exploring the possibility that it is MS since 2003 when I had my first brain MRI which showed ..multiple hyper intense foci in the white matter of non specific origin. 2006 I had another Brain MRI and also of the spine. ... (15 replies)
Neuro Visit Update
Aug 26, 2010
... Anyway, it turns out that my brain MRI from 2 weeks ago was not completely normal as I was originally advised. ... (10 replies)
... e Advil or aleve, seemed like anti inflammatory is what would keep it remotely at bay. The report for MRI said normal, only thing noted was "a few tiny scattered foci of increased flair and T2 signal in the perventricular white matter, which are non specific, but are often associated with migraine headaches". ... (10 replies)
... areas of t2 hyperintensity are seen in the corpus callosum and periventricular white matter that may represent non specific demyelination. No abnormal enhancement seen ventricles are nondilated. Basal ganglia and thalami are normal. Brainstem and posterior fossa are unremarkable. ... (13 replies)
Playing dr. :/
Mar 21, 2012
... I recently had an MRI which revealed multiple foci on the right side of my brain, and one spot in the middle on the left. The radiologist said they were non specific, but because of my age, and having ruled out other demyelinating disorders, he felt the etiology to be MS and recommended follow up. ... (1 replies)
... FLAIR imaging demonstrates a solitary small focus hyperintense signal within the deep white matter of the left posterior lobe, measuring 4mm, and is non specific in appearance. The focus may be related to prior infections or inflammatory process or may represent a tiny focus of microvascular ischemic injury. ... (8 replies)
... Hello, What a coincidence. As I was writing about my MRI report my neuro called to give me her interpretations. The report noted "5-10 nonspecific, small white matter high T2 signal foci. ...I could not exclude a demyelinating process such as MS....If there is concern for MS then lab testing may be helpful". My neuro covered eveything in the report but said she found... (6 replies)


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