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MRI showed several scattered non-specific focus of T2 hyper intensity increased signal throught radial lobes. Meaning?

Hi. 26 female with MRI results showing. several small scattered non-specific focus of T2 hyper intensity increased signal throught white fiber tracks of front radial lobes. I have had mild dizzy spells for some months with a recent diagnosis of a vertibular disorder. Still need to meet with a neurologist about these findings. What does this mean?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello wray524
Welcome to HCM

The findings of multiple scattered non-spefic focus of T2 hyper intense areas are usually normal finding on MR scan. A lot of people who underwent MR scan have these findings on their reports. There is no clinical significance. Still as you are having vestibular disorder visit a doctor for treatment and you can take opinion on your MR report also to get assured.
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