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Bartters Like Syndrome, without magnesium loss, headaches with visual disturbance, MRI showed white matter disease, increased T2/flair signal in the subcortical frontal lobe. What can all this be?

I have a Bartters Like Syndrome , without magnesium loss. I have an IGF-I of 38, Headaches with visual disturbance and had an MRI of the Brain with the findings of minimal white matter disease. Small non-specific focus of increased T2/FLAIR signal in the subcortical medial left frontal lobe .. all else normal. What concerns should I have.
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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I can understand this, the over all history given here seems functional and nonspecific ever the scan report also does not show any abnormality, this might be your idea but the "Bartters syndrome " you need to forget about that, extreme functional condition induces severe headache and visual disturbances you have to control your thoughts take care and have nice day.
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