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... But I finally requested that a direct comparison be made as when I examined my 2 copies of MRI scans I could most distinctly see more lesions on the left side of my brain than were there in 2007. I am a 59 year old female. ... (11 replies)
... Got my brain scan results and my dr is sending me to a neurologist for MS. ... (14 replies)
... I have 5 more days until I see the neurologist. I'm still trying to figure out what my brain scan results mean. ... (14 replies)

Brain MRI
Feb 7, 2012
... not to worry , I just had to comfort my best friend because she got a MS diagnosis about 1:00 today, she also has spinal issues and for years the doctors blamed everything on her spinal issues , her husband had to get a part time job so that he could pay for her tests, I hope you don't have it, only your tests and doctors will be able to determine that, lots of luck to you (6 replies)
Brain MRI
Feb 7, 2012
... Tgere are a few nonspecific subcortical foci of increased signal within the right cerebral hemisphere. These are nonspecific in nature. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your message. It was a neurologist that sent me for the MRI scan. The part that worry me is in the Interpretation which says Tiny nonspecific focus increased signal white matter of the left frontal lobe. This is of questionable significance. ... (3 replies)
Possible MS???
Sep 14, 2012
... al region measuring 7.6mm in size and the largest one in the right being within the anterior aspect of the right lobe measuring 7mm in size these could represent nonspecific demyelinating processes of the deep white matter versus micro vascular ischemic changes...... ... (14 replies)
... that it wasnt specific enough to know what it meant....and that could still be because there wasnt contrast ordered and because there wasnt a Cspine order. Tiny nonspecific focus increased signal white matter of the left frontal lobe is actually not a bad thing... ... (3 replies)
... I just got my brain open MRI result that I don't understand it well. I've asked my dr to explain it but he said the neurologist will do it. But he was not that concerned. ... (15 replies)
... My neurologist suggested that the latter might concern him. If the lesions disappeared, would that be suggestive of MS? ... (1 replies)
... enhancing lesions are seen. There are a few puncate areas of increased signal seen on FLAIR imaging within the left frontal lobe periventricular region and left cerebellum. ... (3 replies)
... The good news is your pituatary and all other areas scanned were normal including the orbits. This is actually important, because if you had any kind of brain tumor or something like it, this would have shown up here. ... (3 replies)
... There are numerous small white matter lesions scattered within the supratentorial brain parenchyma. These are all less than 5mm without mass or abnormal enhancement. There is no abnormal diffusion signal. ... (8 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... A few nonspecific foci of FLAIR hyperintensity within the subcortical white matter, as above. ... (3 replies)
... A few punctate foci of T2 prologation are noted within the inferior right frontal subcortical white matter, which are entirely nonspecific and can be seen with early mircrovascular ischemic changes or as a result of migraines. These would not have a typical appearance for demyelination. ... (5 replies)
... I thought it was really weird that they noticed lesions on his brain but never mentioned that there was a possiblity of MS. Does this mean that "nonspecific" lesions usually don't indicate MS. Wouldn't you also think that if dizziness was an issue that they would consider MS and be concered about the lesions? ... (1 replies)
... Mild nonspecific white matter disease, differential diagnostic considerations include chronic microvascular ischemia, demyelineation and migraine related changes. ... (11 replies)
... Several stable nonspecific T2 abnormalities mainly in the juxtacortical region, largest being 5mm, which can be seen in a setting of demylenating disease. ... (14 replies)
Jul 6, 2009
... No lesions in brainstem or cervical spinal cord, normal vascular flow voids, no chairs malformation. ... (6 replies)
... region is felt to be related to T2 shine through. There are several areas of hyperintense abnormal T2 signal noted. There are a couple of small periventricular lesions in the right posterior frontal white matter. ... (12 replies)

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