Hi im 41 years old woman with severe migrane headaches. they did a mri of the brain. an the results were. as appear on the impression Multiple punctate and patchy foci of gliosis in the Centrum Semiovale, Corona Radiata and subcortical White matter of the frontal and parietal lobes as well as a small focus of gliosis at the Brachium pontis on the left and laterally at hte Cerebellum . The findings are Suspicious for DEMYELINATING DISEASE . Clinical correlation is recommended. Note there are punctate foci of gliosis in the Corpus Callosum in the Immediate Pericallosal Tracts. Ithe Differential should include Vasculitis, Lyme Disease or Severe Small Vessel Ischemic Disease given the patient s young age. DWI images are normal. There is no restricted diffusion or Hematoma. Im so worry I dont know what all of this means. and i have medicaid needy and no neurogolist take this. I i have no money to pay for one i need help with this answer. So i can find any other type of help. Please Thank You Nancy. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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From mri it is concluded that you have got few glyosis changes in the brain
There is fibrotic changes,so there is no treatment.
Take pain reliever as and when required.
Avoid stress,loud music or noise.
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Answered: Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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