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... however its still the Brain which will have the highest chance of showing lesions...ok? ... (10 replies)
... The doctor felt the spots are related to high bp. ... (8 replies)
... You say you have few MS symptoms but you do have brain lesions. Same story as mine. ... (16 replies)

Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Your lesions could have been with you since you were an infant and could be linked to a simpple infection or high fever. There are many causes of lesions. As an average, MS lesions are about 7 mm. ... (4 replies)
... They really are very different. ... (11 replies)
Possible MS???
Sep 12, 2012
... In the IMPRESSION portion of the MRI report, did it say that the lesions were consistent with demyelination or multiple sclerosis? ... (14 replies)
... I had a VEP in 2002 because the neuro could not see any active lesions on my MRI. ... (21 replies)
Apr 5, 2012
... ossible to dx without imaging being necessary, and the more I read about it, the more it seems possible by the revised McD criteria from 2010 with two "clinical" lesions and attacks. ... (13 replies)
... thats very few in the grand scheme of things...youll psych yourself into anxiety attacks if you truly believe that 5 lesions is the end of the world. ... (6 replies)
... You are right, a Rheumy does usually see Sojgrens patients, however thats why I said you might want to make sure whatever Neuro you see is familiar with the disease.... ... (12 replies)
... I guess you guys are saying that there is no really definitive way to tell? ... (5 replies)
... I have read that MS lesions are shaped a certain way, are a certain size and are located in certain areas of the brain. ... (4 replies)
... no two cases are exactly alike. ... (11 replies)
Had my apt today..
Dec 16, 2008
... thank you thank you this is sooo helpful. i looked at the order he gave me and its for the brain.he also said might as well get it over with before the end of the year. thanks again for ur response, it was VERY helpful. Heather (5 replies)
... Hi there. You should be impressed by any doc who calls on a sunday night! However, unfortunately, I cant comment on what he told you. I know very little about spinal issues, and not having any lesions in my spine makes me even less able to talk to you about it. ... (5 replies)
... There are different "versions" of lesions, Nenu. The gad enhanced ones are the more transient inflammatory brain lesions, and they do require contrast and a MRI to see. These are not the particularly significant lesions though . . . ... (5 replies)
... Lesions can be caused by migranes. Lesions, themselves are scar tissue. ... (4 replies)
... So sorry to hear you're without answers. Here's what I've learned, in case this helps. ... (9 replies)
What could it be?
Feb 27, 2007
... I'm not sure what advice I could give. You have so many doctors giving you conflicting advice. ... (2 replies)
Possible MS???
Sep 14, 2012
... This is the results from my MRI, ..... there are a few scattered signal abnormalities in the deep white matter bilaterally largest on the left being in the left frontoparietal region measuring 7. ... (14 replies)

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