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... and we cant tell you how to read a MRI. It takes 9 years of schooling to learn how to do that! ... (1 replies)
... The better the MRI technology the less likely things will be missed. An open MRI would be the only problem. Your MS Specialist is more important than the MRI type. I was diagnosed on a very early MRI machine in 1982. The difference is like a cave drawing compared to today's technology. ... (9 replies)
... happened to be the neurologist on call. ... (5 replies)

Ms or migraine
Sep 17, 2015
... can last for nearly 10 months. I think i Will ask the neurologists at my next appointment if he thinks it's ms and see how I get on with the evoked testing in February. I'll keep doing my diary and at least I will have all the info with me. ... (29 replies)
... Hello all, and in particular to MSJayhawk and MSNik. ... (19 replies)
Question about MRI
Mar 19, 2008
... Last week my son had a visual disturbance that he described as feeling pressure and then being unable to see well. He said it felt like he might have been having a stroke. ... (2 replies)
... t aside. The best result is when you sit down with your MS Specialist and go over the images. The initial report is a "template" for radiology and is not meant to be a specific diagnosis. Your doctor should not be leaning on these reports but should read the images themselves. ... (4 replies)
MS Symptoms
Jun 27, 2015
... I just answered another post about optic neuritis, I hope you read it. ... (2 replies)
... The first time in the tunnel for the MRI is certainly a new experience! As it was a technician who ran your MRI, they would not be in a position to read your image. A radiologist could read your image, but it would best be read by an MS Specialist. ... (61 replies)
... Thank you all so much for your concern and advice! I sincerely appreciate the time you've all taken to respond my my questions and confusion. ... (16 replies)
... Hi. Just one question, how does an MRI of the brain pick up a problem with the cervical spine? ... (13 replies)
... I have had an MRI with dye, and without. CT scans, when done with dye, make you feel hot all over. Yes, the CT scan dye is iodine based. MRI dye did not bother me. ... (23 replies)
... send the results to your GP, then go see you GP, you'll get them faster that way, really no need for you to wait until the end of October. Blood tests are usually back within a few days if they're not complex and MRI's tend to take a couple of weeks. ... (61 replies)

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