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doctor1 MD

How common is it for two twins to both be diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis due to brain lesions being seen on MRI? Are doctors missing something ? Would MRI detect vasculitis? ...

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My doctor noticed lesions on an MRI . He ordered a brain biopsy . I still have not received a diagnosis. Could is be multiple sclerosis? ...

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my son was recently diagnosed with MS his MRI shows 11 lesions and the Dr is saying it is aggressively active they want to start him on Tysabri . after reviewing all of the possible side effects ...

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suffering with these symptoms had 4 brain scans 2008 2011 2012 2013 normal had cervical and thoracic MRI ...

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I have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis on several occasions. It started with loss of leg ... without proving it with mri's? I don't know where to turn with this condition. I am also very fatigued ...

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looking for symptoms of MS, ESPECIALLY LIKE A POSITIVE MRI OF THE BRAIN SHOWING LESIONS SLIGHTLY ENLARGING YEAR AFTER YEAR...T2 FLAIR ALSO HAVE ENLARGED OPTIC NERVE BLURRY VISION SLURRED SPEECH AT TIMES ...

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the the lumbar puntures (2) didn t show but mri did. He ordered a second mri and he told me there were a few new lesions but nothing to be concerned about....well I decided to get the mri report from the hospital ...

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when I can t walk and not before. I have recently been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis due to changes ... neurologist due to insurance changes and he advises he does not think that my brain lesions are from Multiple ...

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I m dealing with a possible diagnosis of ms i did the eye test and they said that was normal i have an mri scheduled in january but my problem is when you read about the symptoms and have the same things ...

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what it is. Also some nerve damage in left lower extremity. A recent MRI without contrast indicated ...

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What causes MS? Are there experimental drugs of which an MS patient can partake. My lesions are are on the frontal lobes, cognitive dysfunction is prevalent, is an immunosuppresive preferred treatment? Or a drug ...

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of the length of a spinal cord lesion . i am allergic to avonex and copazone. could this be a sign of devics? also, my lastest MrI showed thinning of the corpus callosum. could that be a symptom of devics? ...

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Hi. My 17 year old son was diagnosed with MS. He woke up one morning with Bells Palsy like facial paralysis....and his eye was not abducting properly with nystagmus on each side. An MRI showed lesions ...

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A brain mri done in 2016 showed possible MS. I had alot of testing in 2016. But tests were normal. I am still having symptoms of MS. But my neurologist said it s like my brain mri is abnormal ...

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hi am a female of age 23,i suffering from multiple sclerosis.my MRI of brain report is multiple hyperintense lesions in paraventicular region/corpus callosum/brain stem findings suggestive of multiple ...

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doctor1 MD

This sounds like an MRI scan report that would be consistent with multiple sclerosis.

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You should consult your physician and take treatment of that. Its serious disease and need treatment. Thanks for using health care magic.

doctor1 MD

Most likely diagnosis would be Multiple sclerosis, or vitamin B12 deficiency.