Suggest medication for acute bilateral pansinusitis as per the MRI report
Hi I am Victoria. MRI report showed that I have acute bilateral pansinusitis. Also other: several bilateral subcentimeter foci of increased t2 signal in the periventricular white matter which is non-specific but could indicate a demyelinating process or chronic microvascular ischemic changes. My primary doctor think I have ms but I don t beleive it. I will be attending Neurology this week.. What is that mean above?
The MRI shows that you have an acute sinus infection that is affecting both sides of the head.
It also shows several small areas of
The radiologist says that those areas are also on both sides of the brain but they could also be due to microscopic blood vessel deterioration in those small areas of the brain which can be seen in people who smoke, have hypertension, high cholesterol, or are diabetic among other things.
There is much more information one would need to make a diagnosis of MS so let's see what the neurologists think.
Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Dr Dariush Saghafi, Neurologist
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