otherwise. Now post surgery MRI shows gliosis , in deep whitematter with lesions does this mean. Also ... of my neck was done in which a 20 mm tumor was located on my pituatary gland . Non functioning. Previous ...
Non-specific T2 and FLAIR hyperintensities in bilateral frontal subcortial whitematter, rest of the cerebral hemispheres show normal morphology with normal parenchymal signal intensity seen in my recently ...
MRI with/without contrast showed Scattered deep whitematter T2/FLAIR hyperintensities noted, non-specific- most commonly seen with chronic microvascular ischemic disease. This is the only part of the report I ...
hi.... i have a greater number or periventricular whitematter and subcortial white mater high T@ signal lesions chronic microvascular disease... im 48, have massive head pressure pains, have only 20 ...
perventricular whitematter disease, nonspecific. Some of the lesions arepericallosal...possibiltiy of ms ... in the periventricular whitematter, a few of which appear pericallosal, for example series 3, images 6 & 7 ...
scanners normal til 2011 migraines. now worst+ MS symptoms with MRI reveals nonspecific foci in periventricular+deep whitematter is it MS?
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Deep whitematter and Periventricular whitematterlesions are nonspecific findings and can occur in patients with migraine. So, in most likelihood, you do not have MS (multiple sclerosis).
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist
My brain MRI with contrast reveals nonspecificwhitematter T2/FLAIR high signals, consistent mostly with chronic ischemia changes due to small vessels disease
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.
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My MRI report said i had a single 4mm T2 hyperintense focus present in the right anterior frontal lobe whitematter. What does this mean? Im a 35 year old femal
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The single hyperintense lesion can be due to an area of calcification. This can be due to an old injury or age related degenerative changes.
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