What Does My MRI Scan Report Indicate?
This MRI does not show any significant abnormality.
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I have noted your daughter's clinical and MRI brain details. Based on this, MRI report does not show any significant abnormality. The only finding of note is a small pineal cyst, which is not the cause of her headaches. Its size is less than 1 cm. Most pineal cysts do not grow, however, MRI should be repeated after 1-2 years to confirm that the pineal cyst is not increasing in size.
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They are not of concern.
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1. Cavum septum interpositum is a normal variation and is not a disease.
2. Pineal cyst is an abnormality, however, in most cases, it does not cause any problem and no treatment is necessary. As I mentioned earlier, repeat MRI scan would be needed. If the pineal cyst shows an increase in size, then, surgery may be needed.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)