What Dose This MRI Report Indicate?
A cerebrospinal fluid examination may be necessary.
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I have read your question and reviewed the attached report. I can understand your concerns.
Both MRI findings are suggestive of conditions such as multiple sclerosis.
In addition, thyroid peroxidase antibodies indicate that there's may be an autoimmune disorder active, even if these antibodies can't be related directly to MS.
Clinical and neurological features of MS show a relapsing/remitting fashion, this should be evaluated carefully by your Neurologist.
If in doubt about the diagnosis after MRI results and neurological evaluation, lumbar puncture (spinal tap) and cerebrospinal fluid examination about oligoclonal bands may be necessary to confirm or exclude MS.
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Hashimoto's thyroiditis is actually an autoimmune disease and these antibodies may be found increased in such cases.
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