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... Hi, FLFLOWERGIRL! A few things in addition to what the others have posted... ... (14 replies)
... hat I can make my reqeusts clear when I order lunch or dinner going forward, that's for sure. There is no way I will get around the extreme amounts of salt that are used down there though. That is just part of the food culture in Argentina. ... (9 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... I understand there are criterion that must be met in order for an actual diagnosis. Like any new ones in a later scan or in the spine, etc. ... (6 replies)

... I want to add that the doctor who is reading your MRIs should be able to determine if the lesions they see are from migranes or from something else, like MS. They appear very different. MS lesions have a specific size, shape and placement like no other. ... (9 replies)
... Hi There. Ive never heard of a spine and brain this person a Neurologist? ... (2 replies)
... The MRI report says there are "not enough lesions to meet the criteria at this time". This sounds like MS to me, how many lesions are required to meet the criteria? ... (10 replies)
... There is a difficulty in determining lesions consistent with MS. Sometimes a biopsy is possible, but most often an autopsy will reveal the actual case. ... (27 replies)
... of the symptoms you are having. It is important to get your levels to a normal range. ... (4 replies)
... lesions...without it, things are more likely to be missed. ... (12 replies)
... its the placement of where they are that suggests both progression and symtoms. ... (3 replies)
... gynacologist, who was preparing to cut me open and find out what was going on, when I had my first MS attack and was hospitalised anyway! ... (5 replies)
... Your doctor is certainly looking at MS as a possibility. And, unfortunately the symptoms your describing "could" be attributed to MS but there are many things that can "look like" MS but ends up not being MS. ... (4 replies)
Might have MS
May 5, 2007
... Hi, Hunter. The symptoms of MS are kind of like a laundry list of possibilities. People may have some symptoms in common and may not have other ones. ... (13 replies)
... Would lesions show up on an MRI if it were normal? ... (18 replies)
... You're not crazy. Although I am not familiar with some of the tests being done on you, I can tell you what a neuro would do to test for MS. They'll do MRI's on your brain and spine looking for lesions. ... (9 replies)
... and believe the only indicator of MS is lesions on the brain. ... (8 replies)
... I participated in a study given by a Brain Trauma Psychologist relative of mine for one of his students. ... (3 replies)
... I am no MS expert, but my MRI showed several lesions. I agree that there is no reason to assume lesions mean MS or anything serious or even controllable. ... (15 replies)
... I have a very complicated last two year history which lead to a diagnosis of ms. The brain MRI showed numerous white matter lesions and lumbar puncture showed oligoclonal bands. Started my journey with a ruptured tendon surgery in lower leg. ... (5 replies)
Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Migranes, infection and age can all contribute to lesions. What you need to understand is that MS lesions, are different from every other type. The size, shape and placement of them is completely different, which is how your doctor can tell them apart. ... (4 replies)

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