: There is a focus of the T2 bright signal demonstrated in the subcorticalwhitematter of the leftfrontallobe ... in the leftfrontallobe of unknown clinical significance. My history...Had an Head MRI in 2010 due to family ...
Hi, I recently has an MRI brain which showed a few small high intensity foci in subcorticalwhitematter in both frontallobes on FLAIR. I was admitted to ICU with a prodrome of viral illness for 48 hrs ...
is used fr epilepsy ...his mri report indicated gliotic changes in perinventricular whitematter of leftfrontallobe and body of corpus callosum , likely old ischemic and few small discrete and confluent areas ...
Just received MRI result.Only findings were 2 EXTREMELYFAINT,less than 1cm whitematter signal alterations seen in left centrum semiovale of the frontallobe.I m 55 year old male with history of sinus ...
I had an MRI and now I need a follow up one for a Solitary whitematter hyperintensity in the leftfrontallobe and no one has really explained what this means to me. I had originally had the MRI because I ...
in the frontallobe and some hypersensitivity in the frontallobe. 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 ...
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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53yo F-severe HTN NHL diabetes ST mem loss speech confusion
CT brain w/o
⬇️attenuation in intermediate whitematter of anterior mid leftfrontallobe
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The deattenuation can be due to degenerative changes and dementia or small TIA episodes. Cause is difficult to ascertain.
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MRI brain showed I had a single small area demonstrating increased intensity involving the leftfrontallobe 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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