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... Thanks i'm in Ontario and I have already had a brain MRI and cspine. I will go in june for tspine. My neuro does not want to repeat the MRI for 1 year which i know my family doctor said 6 months. ... (7 replies)
... esions. At the age of 36 those findings would not be from normal age. Unfortunately, if no other testing is indicating any positive findings to account for your MRI findings you may be stuck waiting until something else shows up in testing or symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... thout any answers and reduced to tears... i am in the middle of my what i call third relapse, i have almost all of the typical physical symptoms minus ON, had an mri which showed lesions, i was hopeful that i would get some treatment options today but instead i met with a pleasant Dr. ... (8 replies)

Husband w/ pos. MS
Sep 27, 2006
... specific white matter lesions. His neurologist doesn't think these small lesions are MS related. He has to have another MRI in six months to see if anything has changed. My husband's biggest symptom is dizziness. It gets worse when his heart rate is elevated. Like when he exercises. ... (3 replies)
... Have they done a MRI of the neck and spine.Remember the nurse said they looked fine.Talk to the Neurologist.It took me 3 different Neurologist to get one to look at the actual films. ... (33 replies)
... Hi there. To be honest, this is not sounding at all like MS. Although you have a few neurological type symptoms, you have had more than one MRI and have seen a neuro, and have had exams all of which sound like they were normal. ... (6 replies)
... would not let anyone pass this off as that. One of the things that can mimic MS is lupus, and several of your symptoms could fit with that, depending on what the MRI brain lesions look like and why your neuro said if you have MS it isn't classic. ... (13 replies)
Need your help
May 29, 2004
... 48 year old woman here, otherwise healthy, have had "buzzing" in my legs and feet with weakness for about a year, along with burning and weakness in my arms. Recently had an EMG on my legs that reported, among other things, "Normal tibial H-relfex latency with reduced amplitude bilaterally. Impression: Mildly abnormal study. The reduction in tibial h-reflex amplitude... (5 replies)
... ast year included 2 episodes of severe fatigue lasting a couple of weeks each. Minor paresthsias of extremities but constant numbness and tingling of my scalp. MRI using the 3 tesla showed 5 Non specific white matter lesions with no spinal cord lesions. ... (60 replies)
... vetricular region where MS lesions are. Anyway, neuro doens't really know what is wrong, cannot dx MS based on my tests. Said to see him every 6 months for follow up MRI's. ... (3 replies)
Spinal tap
Jul 28, 2006
... I would get all the medical records including MRI films and the reports from the DRs you have previosly seen. ... (14 replies)
... specific white matter lesions 4 of them. Cspine multilevel disk disease nothing and currently waiting for tspine. ... (7 replies)
Dec 31, 2009
... 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)
... Hi- I ave had balance problems constantly for 10 months now and off and on before for 12+ years.......have you had any other testing done? I have had MRI- showed white matter lesions- non specific- in the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain. have been to UCLA had Evoked potential done there along with spinal mri and TONS of blood- everything negative for ms an largest... (4 replies)
... Single focus of signal abnormality in the left occipital white matter is non specific. Differential considerations include demyelinating process such as Multiple Sclerosis, Ischemia, Vasculitis or Migraine. ... (21 replies)
Probable MS
May 11, 2011
... Thanks for your reply. I do have spots on my brain MRI, just not the spinal one. The spots on the brain are non-specific. He said that they are most likely MS lesions, but not in the right spot? I know the areas are juxtacortical(sp?), around the ventricles, and brainstem? Or something? What does that mean? My areas are frontal lobe, subcortical in the parietal... (6 replies)
... My MRI was abnormal with many lesions but again does not meet the Barkoff criteria. ... (15 replies)
... MS is scary,but I honestly feel not knowing what is happening to our bodies is worse than MS itself.I'm happy you a have a diagnosis.It will give you a peice of mind. My LP came back with myelin basic protein high elevation,significant with demylination occuring.Neuro says non-specific,but could be causing the sensory problems.I'm having visual evoked potential and... (10 replies)
... Hi to Snoopy61, MSJayhawk, and Nikki, many thanks to you all for your response. Snoopy61, maybe I will just print out what my last 2003 MRI 's findings were. ... (8 replies)
... I think you are in great shape in getting to some answers. Your doctor was correct that the 3 lesions could be due to a viral infection. There are many causes for lesions. ... (2 replies)

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