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... only included the brain and cervical spinal cord. Since I'm a poor student, I had no choice but to forego the thoracic MRI. ... (8 replies)
Thoracic Spine
Mar 13, 2008
... I don't know, at my appoinment with my neuro he has been known to mark lesions as he is going over the MRI with me. ... (4 replies)
... My MRI is showing plaque on mid thoracic spine but no where else. My doctor called me two days ago and said my Brain and cervical MRI's were normal. ... (3 replies)

... ust really really weird and 2. I'm breastfeeding and don't want to take pain meds unnecessarily". So then he went to the other end of the spectrum and ordered a thoracic spine MRI. I come out of there and his nurse tells me that he wants me to go see a neurologist and have another MRI of the brain and entire spine. ... (10 replies)
Thoracic Spine
Mar 13, 2008
... I just had an MRI done of my thoracic spine. Doc is testing for ALL sorts of things due to random pain. At the end of the MRI, the person doing the test said that he needed to take an extra set. ... (4 replies)
... wire". My MS MRI's are from my head through my thoracic spine because lesions were discovered on my thoracic spine in 2002 and it is now my "standard" MRI when one is ordered. It would be interesting to know what the order for your case. ... (12 replies)
... ke the modifying drugs they will have no effect on the current symptoms so its pointless. The damage has been done... She said she will see me 2 months after my thoracic spine MRI but will call me with the results. If it shows anythin abnormal, then she can diagnose for sure right now... ... (15 replies)
... Yep, nerves and what they do is so complex!! I have understood the basics but there is so much to take in. From what i can gather, if i do have ms then a lesion would be present in my brain if i have TN from ms. My foot is a different story i think. ... (13 replies)
... The MRI of the spine is rather broad. If there is a brain MRI such as with MS, then they would include the cervical spine. ... (4 replies)
... When my MS worsened considerably in 2002, the doctors ran me through the MRI with and without contrast from my brain through my cervical spine. While lesions were present, none were active To explain my leg and hip problems. ... (13 replies)
... in the anterior frontal lobes juxtacortical and deep white matter. These are not identified on the prior exam and this may be due to difference in resolution of MRI scanner strength. The small lesions are nonspecific and not typical for demyelinating process. ... (59 replies)
... otherwise alignment of the cervical spine is unremarkable. ... (4 replies)
... spine they should be doing an MRI. MS lesions can show up anywhere on the spinal cord. ... (49 replies)
... Shelly, are you seeing a neurologist or an MS specialist? ... (6 replies)
Mri of c spine
Jun 8, 2007
... Research transverse myelitis and devics disease,both contain thoracic and lumbar lesions and are defined as a precursor for MS in younger people. ... (15 replies)
... For me, the LP or Spinal Tap has always been the final test. The LP is not a specific test for MS and no doctor should decide upon the MS diagnosis based solely on the LP results. ... (11 replies)
... of lesions hide out...however, in some cases, lesions WILL appear lower, in the lumbar or thoracic cases where the doctor isnt finding anything higher, they may check to see if things appear lower, however they will always start high and work down. ... (12 replies)
... Oh they already convinced me that I don't have MS because I have no trace of lesions in the brain. They haven't mentioned whether or not they saw any spinal lesions and I didn't know to ask at that time. ... (17 replies)
... If you have MS, there is nothing to indicate MS in any blood tests. ... (17 replies)
... Your doctor might have ordered the entire spine, but the lumbar spine is generally not involved with MS lesions. Most MSers will have head and cervical spine MRIs which well cover their needs. The thoracic spine can be involved, but it is much rarer. ... (3 replies)

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