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Done MRI. Have cold and numb arms, dizziness, tunnel vision in one eye

I am just reading my MRI report again (without contrast) from a year ago that noted asymmetric T2 hyperintensity and punctuate focus hyperintensity. I have been having episodes. Last week I lost control of my legs for about a minute out of nowhere and fell. Arm goes cold and numb here and there. Bouts of dizziness . My right eye has kind of a tunnel vision here and there.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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You need to see neurologist for this sooner.Your symptoms arise suspicion of transient ischemic attack or demyelinating disorder like multiple sclerosis.

Doctor is very likely to repeat the MRI and get a contrast study done.

Last year MRI hyperintensity can be infarct, demyelinating plaque or even focal infection.Interval change in this hyperintensity can help doctor to know what it is.

Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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