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 ...
: There are multiple small focal nonspecific T2 hyperintensities in the subcorticalwhitematter of both frontal lobes. The lesions are 1 to 2 mm in diameter. There are no accompanying lesions in the periventricular ...
foci in the bilateral frontal subcorticalwhitematter without mass effect. Possibility of ischemic lesions versus demyelinating disease (unlikely) needs to be considered. clinical correlation and imaging ...
Hi, 38 female. MRi without contrast revealed few scattered bilateral subcorticalwhitematter ... but no lesions. Thank you Could these issues cause lower body sensations as well? GP dismissed MRI as normal ...
what does this mean?.Few small scattered foci of T2/FLAIR hyperintensity noted in the subcortical and periventricular whitematterwhitematter which although nonspecific. Differential considerations include mild ...
scanners normal til 2011 migraines. now worst+ MS symptoms with MRI reveals nonspecific foci in periventricular+deep whitematter is it MS?
Thank you for posting your query.
Deep whitematter and Periventricular whitematterlesions are non specific 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
What does it mean on mri readingstiny flair hypertensities with right frontal subcorticalwhitematter compatible with chronicsequelae of previous microvascular
hi,any infarcts in the past will reveal as hyperintensities or bright image.
mother has headache.in her report a few small discrete t2/flair hyperintense foci in periventricular and subcorticalwhitematters of both cerebral hemispheres.
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.