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MRI shows grossly unremarkable study of brain. Indications?

I m 24 y/o and I d like to understand my MRI report of my brain as it below technique = Axial T1, T2,Flair = Coronal T2 = Sagittal t1 findings - Normal ventricular system shape and configuration with well maintained basal CSF cisterns -well maintained normal grey / white interface, with no MRI abnormal white matter signal. -no MRI evidence of focal ischaemic insult or heamorrhagic vascular accidents. -no sizable intra or extracranial masses or collections. -normal posterior fossa structures. -clear scanned paranasal sinuses . Opinion -grossly unremarkable MRI study of the brain.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Hi, welcome to HCM
T1, T2 and flair are sequences taken in MRI, it is technical language.
Your MRI scan is absolutely normal. It will quite difficult to understand all the minor details in brain MRI, as one has to study all the anatomy.
Report has explained the all structures in brain like ventricle, neurons are normal. Dont worry about details.
Thanking you.
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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