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Jun 28, 2011
... Did you have a MRI of both the brain and cervical spine? ... (2 replies)
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Feb 11, 2011
... I live in a fairly small city and I see a neuro. I think we may have one MS specialist but I am fine where I am for now. If I had more serious issues, I wouldn't hesitate to switch. ... (12 replies)
... To Snoppy: Hi there; Thanks for your response! I had a MRI Cervical i think it was 1 yr ago or maybe 1 1/2. It was clear that was when complaint of neck pain (flu like feeling) that was clear. I don't think it was a full scan though. More neck. I was diag w/Fibro from Rheumo but he tested for evreything & said that i should see a Neuro when things started really going down... (9 replies)

Neuro Visit Update
Jun 25, 2010
... I had my Cervical Spine MRI on Monday. I was on the table for two hours because they could not get iv access for the contrast. ... (6 replies)
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Jan 6, 2010
... I've been checking into this site for the last 6 months. I thought it was finally time to introduce myself. My name is Kelly. I was officially dx with MS in first attack was April 2009, but looking back over the last couple of years there were a few signs that I never put together!! ... (7 replies)
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... y clear. I've had many of the symptoms you describe over the last 12 years of living with MS. A spinal tap is the next step. Check to see if you just had a brain MRI scan, you might also need cervical and thorasic spine MRIs. You may have lesions in these other areas of the central nervous system. ... (9 replies)
... They said that they'd do my brain and cervical spine first. ... (17 replies)
... went horribly afterwords and it took me two different trips to the ER to deal with the aftermath. Turns out, my spinal tap was negative but yet I was dx'd with MS anyway based on all the other tests. Ask and you will find many dx'd with a negative lp. ... (15 replies)
A quick update
Nov 4, 2007
... vibrate" after exercise and has ordered an MRI of my brain, cervical and thoracic spine. ... (6 replies)
Good News!!!!
Oct 11, 2007
... years ago. I know I have herniated disks in my cervical spine that are touching the spinal cord, but I want to have an MRI of my lumbar spine since I had a bad fall onto my tailbone 23 years ago. I found out that herniated disks can cause numbness, tingling, pain, etc. ... (10 replies)
... w MRI's but couldn't really understand them and the neurologist just keeps saying he is not concerned about small white matter on my brain, possible lesion in my cervical spine etc...He doesn't seem concerned about anything and just seems to push me off. ... (2 replies)
... I have not as yet ever had a brain MRI or cervical spine, so will be interesting to see what they say when i finally get to that position. ... (50 replies)
... good day to all, i have been thru MRI's of the brain, cervical, thoracic, and lumbar in the past 2 months that were all clear and negative. 2 weeks ago I had a lumbar puncture and tomorrow I find out the results. I am afraid, too, that this will be negative and I will continue to be in limboland. i really like my neuro and he said that a negative result on all these... (4 replies)
... Mine says its either coming from migraines, or anxiety because my brain MRI was normal and so was my cervical. Do you get migraines? ... (2 replies)
... Lanahoop, yes, I've read that spinal lesions are more likely to impact mobility than brain lesions. But I've also read that the impact of brain lesions can't really be predicted. My personal experience is this: I developed SEVERE L'Hermitte's a little over a year ago. Had a c-spine MRI, nothing. C-spine x-rays, nothing. (In fact, neurosurgeon said he "couldn't believe... (2 replies)
... ruling out of other possibilities. The doctor will be looking for evidence of any lesions that show up in your MRI either in the brain or cervical area. If the MRIs are normal, they'll probably start exploring other possibilities. Have you received the results of your MRIs yet? ... (2 replies)
... n a fantastic Doctor at the Cleveland Clinic last week,very thourough and straight forward.She reveiwed all my MRI's and found one consistant with lesions in the cervical neck.One with a lesion in the brain.The lesions in the neck she said is consistant with the pain.She's looking into a polyneuropathy secondary to ms. ... (2 replies)
... A gradient echo on the cervical and thoracic is great! Mainly a FLAIR is used in brain imaging. ... (3 replies)
Now what?
Jun 7, 2005
... The Neuro called today. Confirmed what the technician had told me... Brain and Cervical were normal. Neuro said to finish out the testing, MRI on friday for Thoracic. I assume I still keep my 6 week appt. with him, even though I dont know what he has in mind. ... (0 replies)

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