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doctor1 MD

white matter T2 hyperintense lesions. These are entirely nonspecific, but are most often seen ... for microhemorrages. Few nonspacific punctate subcortcal T2 hyperintense white matter lesions scattered throughout ...

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the MRI was ordered, and that doctor opined it might be a benign white matter disease , but he pointed out ... got a call back quickly and was informed I had 15 mini-lesions, which the Dr thought might mean ...

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. Several tiny subcortical white matter foci of signal alteration are seen within the left cerebral .... the findings of the reports show multiple areas of deep white matter T2/FLAIR hyperintensity are seen ...

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abnormality, tiny fluid signal intensity lesion involving the left parietal white matter ... and do not see anything that looks like a lesion, And ended up going to the neurologist , who doesn’t see ...

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Hello, I just had an MRI done today, and was informed I had 15 mini-lesions, which the Dr thought ... the lesions might be benign? What am I facing? ...

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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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: There are multiple small focal nonspecific T2 hyperintensities in the subcortical white matter of both frontal lobes. The lesions are 1 to 2 mm in diameter. There are no accompanying lesions in the periventricular ...

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foci in the bilateral frontal subcortical white matter without mass effect. Possibility of ischemic lesions versus demyelinating disease (unlikely) needs to be considered. clinical correlation and imaging ...

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My MRI showed a few scattered foci predominantly subcortical white matter T2 hyperintensity, strictly non specific. No mass lesion is identified. As well as mild generalized parenchymal volume loss ...

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Hi, 38 female. MRi without contrast revealed few scattered bilateral subcortical white matter ... but no lesions. Thank you Could these issues cause lower body sensations as well? GP dismissed MRI as normal ...

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images, there are a few small subcortical and deep white matter lesions. These are most consistent ...

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what does this mean?.Few small scattered foci of T2/FLAIR hyperintensity noted in the subcortical and periventricular white matter white matter which although nonspecific. Differential considerations include mild ...

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Hi I had an mri twice now and it shows white matter brain lesions. I had a lumbar puncture ... to push for a diagnosis for the lesions? Is it something that I should be concerned about? I do have ...

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multiple patchy areas of increased t2 flair signal in the periventricular and subcortical white matter. many of which appeared are oriented perpendicular to the corpus callosum several which appears ...

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I had a MRI of the brain and orbits. Findings: Brain: Mildly extensive chronic-appearing white matter changes noted predoninantly of the periventricular and subcortical white matter ...

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doctor1 MD

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

doctor1 MD

hi,any infarcts in the past will reveal as hyperintensities or bright image.

doctor1 MD

Hello! It may be just migraine. If she has never suffered from migraine other causes like high blood pressure, cerebral vasculitis need to be excluded. Greetings