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... The person reading your MRI images can make a difference in a definitive diagnosis. AN MS Specialist is best to be consulted if MS is a possibility. ... (9 replies)
... For those of you good at reading MRI's I am going to post my results. From what I gather I don't have any lesions but they do talk about possible psuedotumor cerebri. ... (2 replies)
MRI results
Aug 10, 2012
... Not reading the report and trying to interpret the results would probably be ideal, but as we can see from the amount of posts discussing MRI results people do read them, get scared and convince themselves they must have MS due to T2 hyperintensities. ... (7 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)
... n health boards, about what can happen to people having my surgery. I asked about it. First my doc looked at me like I was nuts. Then he actually told me to stop reading the internet and scaring myself. He said he thought I knew better than that. ... (5 replies)
... Bearygood is right. It is HOW you say whay you say. Unfortunatley that backfired for me the other day. I simply came out and said "ive been hearing about post yada yada syndrome"...does it exist and should I be concerned? He basically wrote me off as having read too much before I even had a chance to think that I could have told him someone I know mentioned it to me. Thats... (5 replies)
... Hi, I've been reading this board for a few weeks. I don't even know where to start. ... (5 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... An MRI should be with and without contrast. The contrasting will "light up" active lesions. ... (7 replies)
... m also realistic and my symptoms and initial MRI do point towards MS. What else could it be? ... (8 replies)
... I know, I know. Looking at one's own MRI is a bad bad thing. Having said that, I'm sure I'm not the only one who's done it. ... (15 replies)
... I am not a medical professional of any sort. I have not had experience reading MRIs or interpreting reports. Having said all that, here's what I've learned from my own experience. "no foci of abnormal signal.. ... (19 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. She lays them side by side so that she can measure the progression. ... (8 replies)
... Jayhawk, thanks you for the great advise. that is what i did last night after reading comments of you and Nikki. it was good to have an idea of the process and letters between radiologists and doctors. i m going to enjoy this weekend .. ... (6 replies)
MRI Report
Sep 25, 2007
... Glad that you got your MRI results! I hate it when they use language we don't understand. ... (9 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)
... MRI results should not take long. It may depend upon the person reading the MRI. If MS is a possibility, you should wait for an MS Specialist or a doctor with MS experience to read your MRI. ... (2 replies)
... I had this done yesterday morning. As a reminder, my first mri completed a year ago of the brain only was without contrast, yet I was still dx'd with MS. ... (5 replies)
... It all depends on who was reading your MRI in 2008. Was the neuro an MS Specialist? ... (2 replies)
... And thank you all for responding to my message. As I said before The neurologist that I went to didn't go over my MRI cd result in with me while I was at the office. He said that he will look at them and he will talk with the radiologist and then he'll call me personally. ... (15 replies)
... f there is any difference...sure enough, when I have had ON, one eye always sees it as more orange than red. There are also books they can show you, with hidden images in them, when you have ON, you cant see the images... ... (10 replies)

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