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What does slight flair T/2 hyperintensity adjacent to the left frontal horn asymmetric means?

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what does slight flair T/2 hyperintensity adjacent to the left frontal horn asymmetric from the contralateral side .additional on axial flair t/2 there is a punctate flair t/2 hyperintensity within the right frontal white matter confirmed on sagittal flair.
Posted Tue, 2 Apr 2013 in X-ray, Lab tests and Scans
Answered by Dr. Pratap Sanchetee 1 hour later

Thanks for the query.

These findings on MRI not specific and they can be seen in normal person also. Altered intensity on MRI can be related to ischemia or demyelination also. Whether or not you have an abnormality can be determined only when the findings are correlated clinically.

I will like to know clinical details for which this MRI was done. It would also be better if you can upload the full MRI report. You have a feature to upload reports on this webpage.

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