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MRI's and Lesions
Sep 27, 2011
... The way it has always been explained to me is that the attack comes first. Lesions, are scars. Scars form AFTER the attack. ... (6 replies)
... Well, it appears you are on your way to a diagnosis! ... (24 replies)
... Honey, I wasnt correcting you in where the banding comes from. I corrected the first line, that MS is caused by lesions on the spine and brain...they dont know what causes MS! ... (6 replies)

... abnormalities on strange, that a Neuro was called in to look at the films..he immediatley had me in a MRI, with and without contrast on my entire brain, brain stem, C, T and L spine. Imagine that. ... (9 replies)
Traveling Pains
Dec 7, 2009
... Well, with what you wrote additionally, anything is possible. ... (3 replies)
... year at a career I loved. Now I'm going to food banks, and have to take breaks while folding laundry because my arms are so weak. ... (10 replies)
... but I am. There is no logical reason for my abilities. I really believe my body doesn't realize it's not supposed to do what it's doing and I have no explaination. ... (8 replies)
Dec 26, 2007
... Both Snoopy and Jayhawk are right. Lesions can be caused by migranes, infections, and fevers, not to mention brain truama like a car accident or bad fall. MS lesions are completely different in shape and placement, and a neuro can tell the difference. ... (4 replies)
... bands and lesions on MRI... What were your sympoms? ... (4 replies)
... elps, getting a dx of MS can be a real bugger to say the least. Some peoples doctors just don't want to say it even if it's all to clear to the patient. If you are sent to a neuro and he orders up an MRI, make sure he orders brain and spine with and without contrast. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, you can have normal MRI and still have MS. Sometimes the lesions are too small to show up, and also Lesions come clear themselves up in some cases. So where there was a lesion before, it may appear smaller or larger or not at all on your next MRI. ... (1 replies)
... The reason that they do an MRI of the neck in MS patients or suspected MS patients is because they want to see if you have any lesions in your spine. It can certainly start there. My MRI showed lesions ib both my brain and spine, but I'm sure it can start with lesions just in the spine. ... (2 replies)
... I have had my MRI of the brain and lesions were present. Now I'm scheduled for an MRI of the cerival and thoracic spine. ... (18 replies)
... If it was just an MRI of the brain, you wouldn't know if you had spinal lesions that could be causing all of this. That is all I have are 2 spinal lesions, no lesions on my brain. ... (8 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are having these problems and are understandably concerned. ... (5 replies)
... It depends on your doctor. You have to be ready to step in and push some doctors. If they are afraid to deliver bad news, make sure they know that you are ready for whatever news they have. ... (8 replies)
... baby are doing well! ... (17 replies)
Aug 21, 2012
... rge to go that lasted about a week and gradually got better. Now i just have the burning mostly with weakness and fatigue seems to go in a cycle. I had an mri of brain t and c spine without contrast that showed non specific brain lesions nothing in the spine. ... (12 replies)
... As to the lesions, while MS involves lesion, just because there are lesions does not necessarily mean that you have MS. Lesions can be caused by high fever, viral infections, etc. ... (14 replies)
Thoracic Spine
Mar 14, 2008
... First, yes I have seen what you are talking about. The checks and X's are ways that the Technologists can 'count' and mark the films to make it easier for the drs to read the films more accurately. ... (4 replies)

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