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Subcortical white matter of the left frontal lobe

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MRI results: Within the deep white matter of the anterior left frontal lobe, hyperintense T2 focus identified. Meaning?

MRI results: Within the deep white matter of the anterior left frontal lobe , there is a 2 mm. hyperintense T2 focus identified. Reason for MRI: Right arm/hand shoulder numbness/weakness and blurred vision ...
 

MRI showed white matter hyperintensities, in the frontal lobe. Having problem with memory and falling. Related?

I am 56 WF. Over the past 5 years I have had 3 MRI's that all showed white matter hyperintensities, in the frontal lobe , most likely chronic ischemic changes, and an old lacune in the left caudate nucleus head. I ...
 

What does single non-specific focus of T2 white matter hyper intensity in the lateral left frontal lobe mean?

Hi 31 female. What does this mean: single non-specific focus of T2 white matter hyper intensity in the lateral left frontal lobe . no areas of restriction diffusion are seen. ...
 

What does "several focal T2 signal abnormalities within the subcortial white matter" mean?

the subcortical white matter of the frontal lobes. These findings are unchanged since the prior exam .../15/2013 Findings: There are several focal T2 signal abnormalities within the subcortial white matter of the frontal ...
 

What does solitary tiny focus of subcortical hyperintensity within the left frontal lobe mean?

As my doctor didn't elaborate on my MRI brain scan, I'm a little confused as what some things mean. It says there is a solitary tiny focus of subcortical hyperintensity within the left frontal lobe ...
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Could small focus of white matter in frontal lobe be life threatening?

: There is a focus of the T2 bright signal demonstrated in the subcortical white matter of the left frontal lobe ... in the left frontal lobe of unknown clinical significance. My history...Had an Head MRI in 2010 due to family ...
 

What does sub cortical white matter in both frontal lobes on FLAIR indicate?

Hi, I recently has an MRI brain which showed a few small high intensity foci in subcortical white matter in both frontal lobes on FLAIR. I was admitted to ICU with a prodrome of viral illness for 48 hrs ...
 

Epilepsy, gliotic changes in perinventricular white matter of left frontal lobe. On valprol. Help?

is used fr epilepsy ...his mri report indicated gliotic changes in perinventricular white matter of left frontal lobe and body of corpus callosum , likely old ischemic and few small discrete and confluent areas ...
 

What is the meaning of faint white matter signal alterations in frontal lobe?

Just received MRI result.Only findings were 2 EXTREMELYFAINT,less than 1cm white matter signal alterations seen in left centrum semiovale of the frontal lobe.I m 55 year old male with history of sinus ...
 

What does Solitary white matter hyperintensity in frontal lobe mean?

I had an MRI and now I need a follow up one for a Solitary white matter hyperintensity in the left frontal lobe and no one has really explained what this means to me. I had originally had the MRI because I ...
 

MRI shows tiny t2 abnd flair hyperintensity focus in subcortical white matter of frontal lobe. Meaning?

hi doctor, my mom did a MRI few days ago and it said tiny t2 abnd flair hyperintensity focus are seen in subcrotcial white matter of both frontal lobe . corresponding area shows iso signal intensity ...
 

Brain MRI shows hyperintensity within white matter of frontal lobe. What does this mean?

Got results back of brain mri . Says there is a 3mm nodular focus of T2 and FLAIR hyperintensity within the subcortical white matter of the right frontal lobe also There is a modular focus of high T1 ...
 

Had dizziness, buzzing sensation in ears. MRI scan showed hyperintense foci in left frontal lobe white matter. Meaning?

small T2W hyperintense foci in left frontal lobe white matter Ischemic foci. No diffusion restriction ...
 

Is white matter hypersensitivity causing delay in speech?

in the frontal lobe and some hypersensitivity in the frontal lobe. The neurologist says that the venous angioma should be left alone. It is not causing any probllem. He feels that the delay is due to the white mater ...
 

How to treat meningioma of the left frontal lobe of brain?

Hi I have a meningioma on left frontal lobe almost 2 cm in diameter 1cm deep. I was informed today that the small area of adjacent FLAIR signal abnormality on my MRI was white matter. I have had symptoms ...
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abnormal T2/ flairr hyperintensity at bilateral frontal lobe deep white matter more so on left side.in comparison to previous scan .there is complete resolution
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53yo F-severe HTN NHL diabetes ST mem loss speech confusion CT brain w/o ⬇️attenuation in intermediate white matter of anterior mid left frontal lobe TIA?
Hello. Thanks for writing to us. The deattenuation can be due to degenerative changes and dementia or small TIA episodes. Cause is difficult to ascertain. I hope this information has been helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Rakhi Tayal. For future query, you can directly approach me through URL http://bit.ly/Dr-Rakhi-Tayal Click on thanks button if it is helpful.
 
MRI brain showed I had a single small area demonstrating increased intensity involving the left frontal lobe periventricular white matter. 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. Best of luck Please click on Thanks Dr Mittal
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