Got results back of brain mri . Says there is a 3mm nodular focus of T2 and FLAIR hyperintensity within the subcortical whitematter of the right frontallobe also There is a modular focus of high T1 ...
I had an MRI done. It shows single new punctate focus change on t2 post ventricular Rt frontallobe ... of ms? Or could this be artifact. Please explain the t2 whitematter in more detail. My medical ...
with visual disturbance and had an MRI of the Brain with the findings of minimal whitematter disease. Small non-specific focus of increased T2/FLAIR signal in the subcortical medial left frontallobe .. all ...
tiny high signal foci scattered in the frontallobe deep whitematter on flair. small vessel ...? multiple irregular hyper intense signal patches are seen clustered in the deep whitematter of parietal ...
the report says.... FINDINGS: There are two to three punctate foci of T2 prolongation in the deep whitematter of the left frontallobe . IMPRESSION: Nonspecific whitematter changes, most likely consistent ...
hi, i am a 47 year old female and my doctor ordered a mri of my brain because of real bad headaches. the mri showed whitematterhyperintensity and microvascular ischemic , vasculitis or ms. can you please ...
abnormal T2/ flairr hyperintensity at bilateral frontallobe deep whitematter more so on left side.in comparison to previous scan .there is complete resolution
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My MRI report said i had a single 4mm T2 hyperintense focus present in the right anterior frontallobewhitematter. What does this mean? Im a 35 year old femal
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The single hyperintense lesion can be due to an area of calcification. This can be due to an old injury or age related degenerative changes.
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MRI brain showed I had a single small area demonstrating increased intensity involving the left frontallobe periventricular whitematter. What does this mean?
I would actually have to see the MRI to actually comment on it. The hyperintensity may be suggestive of either an infarct (like a stroke) or a demyelination (like a injury or MS). If you can upload it, and tell me more about the symptoms, I may be able to tell you more exactly.
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