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... I had a VEP in 2002 because the neuro could not see any active lesions on my MRI. Once she had the results, she ordered the T-spine too which showed active lesions. Since that test, all my MRIs now go from head to T-Spine. If you already have MS, than it would be a waste of your money to have a diagnostic test which is used to diagnose MS. HOWEVER, if you are applying... (21 replies)
MRI results
May 18, 2012
... I would as long as the doctor is an MS Specialist. I would, however, want to have answers before simply stating no MS. The answer to "no MS" usually comes after eliminating all possibilities. ... (9 replies)
... In 2008 my migraines came back with a vengence, I had an MRI done which just showed prominent virchow robins spaces, no lesions. In 2009 tremors started cervical MRI completed showed disk buldging, dx essential tremor. ... (3 replies)

... Went to my Neuro today...the MRIs of my brain and cervical spine were in. NO LESIONS..so she says..no MS. I am so bummed out...I went in there knowing I was going to get a DX today...took my chart of "relapses".. ... (9 replies)
... up MRI this past week and my neuro called me last night to tell me it showed "inflammation" or a lesion on my cervical spine. ... (7 replies)
... and WHETHER to do anything about it after that. An MRI looks for what are called "lesions". ... (25 replies)
... I have both MS and cervical stenosis, I didnt even know I had the stenosis until my MRI showed it...my Neurologist sent me to an Orthopedic Surgeon who told me to start PT for this...I did, and it helped considerably. ... (7 replies)
... ine is probable. anyway.......I've been to an Ortho, Neuro, Rheumatologist, then to a Surgeon, as the Neuro i went and saw said that i needed surgery, as i have Cervical Spinal Stenosis. now, all the other doctors think it's ms. So the Neuro surgeon has referred me to a Neuro that SPECIALIZES in ms. ... (8 replies)
... Your peripheral nerves which control your arms and hands separate in your cervical spine. Lesions in your thoracic spine would likely not cause your tingling unless your messages were cross wired and sent in another direction. ... (21 replies)
... Abnormal MRI of the brain without and with contrast demonstrating 4 scattered areas of altered signal in the white matter including in the periventricular distribution. ... (12 replies)
... If you have MS, there is nothing to indicate MS in any blood tests. ... (17 replies)
... ent back to neuro for results of my MRI's and he said they were clear but he still could not rule out MS. He said because I have titanium plates and screws in my cervical neck area that it may have thrown off the MRI reading a bit. Anyway, I had a Lumbar Puncture yesterday and am scheduled for a myelogram CT scan on March 24. ... (4 replies)
Mri....
May 7, 2007
... Doesnt the spinal cord go right to the Tail bone?? I seriously dont know thats why I am asking (9 replies)
Mri....
May 7, 2007
... The reason why I ask is because when I stated to my neuro that I wanted an mri of my entire spine, he said that to diagnos ms, you would only need an mri of the brain, cervical and therasic spine. ... (9 replies)
... When my MS symptoms 1st started, I had 2 MRI's, one of my brain and one of my cervical spine. Both showed no problems, the symptoms went away, and I put it out of my mind for 9 months until I started having more symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... i went for my mri today, and took my 6 yr old mri's with me......i a had cervial and brain with and without contrast...... ... (1 replies)
... Well, I saw Dr. Herbert today. He said that I definitely have it. He looked at my MRI and counted about 12 lesions. He said it is in the very early stages. He is putting me on Avonex, but doing it twice a week instead of just once a week. ... (28 replies)
... Early in the process you may have but a single lesion which can be missed. It takes at least 2 lesions which are MS lesions to push towards MS. You could easily have no lesions and yet you could at the same time have MS. ... (21 replies)
Could this be ms?
Aug 10, 2011
... the possibility of MS remains "maybe"..... Sorry. ... (5 replies)
... Ditto to what Snoopy shared with you. Just to add, prior to 1982 there was no MRI. Your neurologist uses the MRI as just one of his tools. If your neurologist is following the revised McDonald Criteria, you should be able to get an accurate diagnosis. ... (13 replies)


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