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Chronic microvascular ischemic periventricular white matter pons

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matter T2 and FLAIR hperintenities are noted suggesting chronic microvascular ischemic changes. Chronic microvascular ischemic changes within the central pons. they mentioned dementia do to this. what does this all ...

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What doe chronic white matter ischemic changes of the pons mean? I am a 58 year old male and just had a MRI .I have had multiple disk surgeries. ...

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what is MILD BURDEN OF PATCHY t2 HYPerintensites in the subcortical and periventricular supratenatorial white matter no specific could represent the sequel of chronic microvascular ischemic diisease ...

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what is minimal scattered bilateral periventricular and subcortial white matter hypodensities ,compatible with chronic microvascular ischemic disease . ...

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. Also showed mild to moderate chronic periventricular subcortical white matter microvascular ischemic ...

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cortical white matter representing microvascular ischemic white matter disease. Few scattered nonspecific foci of T2 prolongation in the white most like representing microvascular ischemic white matter disease ...

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Hello...i was diagnosed with Cluster of small T2 hyperintense lesions along the left frontal periventricular white matter. Stable mild chronic microvascular white matter ischemic disease noted ...

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was done and it shows that the theres are Ischemic areas involving the bilateral frontal lobe and posterior periventricular white matter. What could be the cause of this and Can this be corrected ...

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2 years ago I was diagnosed with mild chronic periventricular, subcortical and pontine white matter microvascular ischemic disease. Now I am experiencing dizziness when I lay back on my pillow at night. I have ...

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What does white matter in the pons mean? The clinical impression also states diffuse atrophy. I am falling daily and neurologists cannot make a diagnosis. I ve been told possibly Myathesia gravis but all ...

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What does this mean on MRI report there are a few very small periventricular punctuate regions of hyper intense FLAIR signal most consist ant with mild microvascular ischemic white matter disease given ...

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MRI with/without contrast showed Scattered deep white matter T2/FLAIR hyperintensities noted, non-specific- most commonly seen with chronic microvascular ischemic disease. This is the only part of the report I ...

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and the results: Periventricular and subcortical white matter changes. These are nonspecific but most consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic disease I ve had high blood pressure for many years which is controlled ...

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hi.... i have a greater number or periventricular white matter and subcortial white mater high T@ signal lesions chronic microvascular disease... im 48, have massive head pressure pains, have only 20 ...

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hyperintensity in the periventricular and subcortical white matter may represent mild chronic microvascular ischemic change. Is this something to worry about? thank you. ...

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it is evident from this MRI finding that small blood vessels are occluded which is the reason for ischemic changes in the small vessels. you need to lower your fat intake. and avoid fried items and fat free oil free diet is adviced. thank if you find this information useful

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Hi, Thanks for writing in to us. It means some seepage of the brain fluid into the surrounding white matter and little bit decreased blood supply in few areas. This is age related and might be acceptable as not serious in many people 79 years age. Hope this helps

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Hi, Thank you for posting your query. Deep white matter and Periventricular white matter lesions are non specific findings and can occur in patients with migraine. So, in most likelihood, you do not have MS (multiple sclerosis). Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology) Senior Consultant Neurologist