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MRI shows abnormal FLAIR signal on sagittal FLAIR imaging demonstrating perpendicular appearance relative to posterior horm of left lateral ventricle. Indications?

My MRI showed the following: a few foci of FLAIR signal abnormality in the centrum semiovale as well as in the left posterior periventricular white matter . One such area of abnormal FLAIR signal on sagittal FLAIR imaging demonstrates a perpendicular appearance relative to the posterior horm of the left lateral ventricle .
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Hi friend,
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They mean increased intensity of the white matter – indicating degeneration, demyelination , vascular insult on so on.
FLAIR is Fluid Attenuated Inversion Recovery and it is a technique to suppress the signal from fluids like cerebro spinal fluid (CSF) so as to enhance a lesion...
     The final interpretation depends on correlation with the clinical details...

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