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MRI duration
Nov 2, 2014
... of MSers present initially without lesions. Also to be considered is the person who is reading the MRI image and even the thickness of each image slice. An MS Specialist might find that your MRI image has much to tell. A general neuro may lack sufficient experience to be able to render you with a diagnosis. ... (31 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... An MRI should be with and without contrast. The contrasting will "light up" active lesions. ... (7 replies)
... It all depends on who was reading your MRI in 2008. Was the neuro an MS Specialist? ... (2 replies)

... I have been reading these posts for a couple of days and there seem to be very nice people here with a lot of knowledge. ... (10 replies)
... The question is best answered with a maybe. It depends on who is reading the MRI, what type of MRI was used, did they use and contrasting dye..... ... (8 replies)
... From what is written, it sounds like some disc problems and some conditions in the brain image. An MRI may show lesions, but lesions can be the result of infections, etc. ... (15 replies)
MRI Options
Mar 18, 2004
... as can closed ones. They can also be very poor quality. I was amazed at the difference in MRI quality between companies and systems. ... (3 replies)
... en really stiff and sore. I find relief by mostly keeping my legs bent while sitting. Standing or stretching my legs just increases my discomfort. Everything I'm reading sounds a lot like MS. Now if I could just find a doctor that would listen to me and possibly test me maybe we could find out what's wrong with me. ... (34 replies)
... I did want to provide an update. ... (19 replies)
... was no longer temporary as I was feeling it constantly. I went to see an ENT specialist thinking it could be a problem with my middle ear but he found nothing. ... (8 replies)
... Your neurologist is not an MS Specialist. You need an MS Specialist if you wish to lay aside the possibility of MS. ... (18 replies)
MRI/Fow Voids?
Mar 18, 2006
... Okay, I got my MRI results in the mail. ... (3 replies)
... You have to make sure that the thing you are seeing is not a targeting marker for the image. Without knowing what the image really is, I would not want to tell you something and send you off on a tangent. It could very well be an answer. ... (15 replies)
... You need to have an MS Specialist read your images. I have seen MRI images since 1982, but I will still lay them aside until I can go through them with my doctor. ... (8 replies)
MRI results
Aug 8, 2012
... The hyperintensity image can occur in strokes. This is a problem of reading MRI's and why specialists are often needed for proper discernment. ... (7 replies)
... her reading to the doctor. Who is right? ... (13 replies)
... Had an episode of severe vertigo a week ago. I also get floaters, blurred vision and about a year ago I had sparkles in my eyes that lasted 3 days. ... (1 replies)
... I had an experience yesterday that threw me for a loop. ... (7 replies)




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