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Clear mri's
Jun 12, 2007
... m the ms society's web page for diagnosing MS. Clean and clear MRIs do NOT mean that you DON'T have MS. You can read it below. I would get a 2nd opinion based on your sx's you mentioned. ... (3 replies)
Black Holes on MRI
Oct 24, 2012
... ost and nerve cells have been damaged beyond repair. This is terrifying to hear! However, I am here to tell you that although there are four distinct black holes on my own MRI, I have yet to see, feel or notice anything different in my abilities or cognitive responses with regard to my MS. ... (3 replies)
... I am an MRI tech so I see MS all the time on patients. Usually physicians will order a plan brain MRI first due to insurance issues and so forth, and since the plaques show up alot in the brain. ... (9 replies)

... I asked this question on another forum got this answer from a dr on there. Hope it helps. ... (8 replies)
Ms ?
Nov 2, 2007
... and brain which I had just had back in July since it was all negative, but sent me for a spinal tap and some more blood work instead. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, you can have normal MRI and still have MS. Sometimes the lesions are too small to show up, and also Lesions come clear themselves up in some cases. ... (1 replies)
... No one answered back, so after looking at the online MRIs I found of the MS plaques and other types of scars and all the reading I decided it must look the same. ... (6 replies)
... First of all, let me say cudos to you for being on top of your care for noticing that the MRI facility was scheduling you for the wrong tests. You saved yourself alot of time later! ... (3 replies)
Mar 2, 2004
... defined clinically as the sudden appearance or worsening of an MS symptom or symptoms, which lasts at least 24 hours. The objective evidence comes from findings on the neurologic exam and additional tests. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Snoopy, I have five plaques on my cervical spine, but numerous large plaques involving the cerebral white matter, so most of my activity is in the brain. The Mri report also states that the findings are consistant with a primary demyelinating process of MS...... ... (57 replies)
... and have led a very normal but very busy stressful life. At my yearly checkup he suggested another MRI which I was happy to get. I recd my results from my GP but he couldn't understand what it all said. The earliest I can get into my neuro was Sept 24. ... (5 replies)
... thunder in ears, hearing loss at times. This points towards brain stem damage, possibly due to demyelination plaques. Negative for accoustic neuroma. ... (7 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)
... I'd push for the MRI too... she can order it up, it doesn't have to be ordered by a neuro... then you'll have it when you visit one. Just make sure they do both Brain and Spinal MRI... when I was initially dx'd I didn't have any lesions in my brain, but my spine was caked with them. ... (2 replies)
... th blurred vision in my right eye in January. It has yet to let up. I have tingling sensations occasionally in my left hand and painful needle stabbing feeling on the bottom of my feet. ... (12 replies)
... Can anyone tell me if scars on the brain and MS plaques look the same on an MRI? ... (6 replies)
... and will continue to have strange symptoms off and on and just ignore them because it's "all in my head" because they weren't on the MRI. Does that make sense? ... (34 replies)
... and some autoimmune diseases such as MS. A doctor performs the test with you lying on your side in somewhat of a fetal position. ... (10 replies)
Myelitis and ms
Dec 21, 2006
... The incidence of MS that brought me into hospital prior to my diagnosis was essentially TM. However an MRI showed additional plaques on the brain, sufficient along with a remembered instance of optic neurosis to make an MS diagnosis definite. ... (4 replies)
... I was dx'd with just a MRI, at my dx my brain didn't have any plaques but my spine was caked with them. I'd had a few bouts of optic nueritis, and had been having trouble with "banding" for a while... ... (2 replies)

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