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1321145 tn?1280552668 i think that all the activity of the brain is in the frontal lobes it shows up in a MRI of how a brain functions; my MRI did not show this it was negative.
589816 tn?1332976771 He tested me for some things that came out negative so he went on to order an MRI of my spine and brain. The one of my brain came back as follows Findings: There is a 2.0 x 1.2 x 2.0 cm mass in the suprasellar cistern which demonstrates intense increased signal on T1-weighted images and intermediate signal on FLAIR and T2-weighted images and no significant enhancement. The mass appears to be separate from the pituitary gland, and anterior and separate from the hypothalamus.
Avatar n tn reveals the presence of a few scattered high signal foci in the deep white matter bilaterally on T2 weighted images and FLAIR without corresponding findings of T1 weighted images. These are primarily periventricular nature although there is some extension into the centrum semiovale. Similar changes are noted in the brainstem. There is no associated mass effect or edema.
516033 tn?1211985357 m looking over all of my old records and scan reports, and found the following statement on the report for an MRI of the brain I had a year ago, that I just don't understand... It was written in the begining of the 'Findings' section. "This is a slightly limited study secondary to the lack of capability for fat suppressed imaging on the post-contrast images which limits evaluation for subtle enhancement of the optic nerves.
Avatar n tn An MRI of the brain was performed on a state of the art 1.5 GE Tesla short bore LX high field strength scanner operating with 9.1 level software with the following sequences: Axial dual spin echo; STIR coronal; FLAIR axial and diffusion weighted axial. Luckily, my findings came back normal however, everything I read regarding MS lesions seem to always refer to T1 or T2 lesions. I don't know all the MRI lingo but it doesn't look like T1 or T2 imaging was even used for my brain MRI.
866647 tn?1283979365 We were thinking of imposing this poem on top of a black and white image of a MRI brain scan showing demyelination. Are you willing to contribute your MRI scan to this project? We'll be creating t-shirts to raise money for our myelin repair research.
Avatar m tn Can someone please explain the following MRI report from the Neurologist to my GP This patients MRI brain scan shows some diffuse high T2 and flare signals within the Pons leaving a central rim of normality around the outside, I have revieved the MRI myself and is almost certainly vascular disease thanks if anyone can explain me this in simple laymans terms
Avatar f tn Thank you for responding. I am having only the brain this time. I can't handle having c-sp and brain at once due to claustrophobia. It takes too long. I will read the link that lulu sent .
11119474 tn?1428702170 Hi everyone. I just picked up the MRI Images from my brain and cervical spine studies, in preparation of the MS Specialist appointment coming up in 3 weeks. I posted a few on my profile if anyone would like to take a peek, and tell me if they look typical of MS lesions. The radiologist says yes, but the general neuro won't call it. Thanks!
Avatar f tn And please note that CAT-Scans are not gold standard imaginary study for brain pathology, please do a brain MRI with Contrast (Gadolinium) and let me know about the result. You may also download your images to your profile then you notify me or just google my private e-mail to attach them to a message to me.
Avatar f tn Multiplanar and multiecho images were obtained including postcontrast T1 images following intravenous injections of 20 mL of Magnevist. Thin-section views were obtained through the sella pre and post contrast. FINDINGS: Precontrast sigittal and axial T1 images reveal normal-appearing ventricles with no mass effect. There is a prominent bright signal area in the posterior aspect of the pituitary gland to the left of the midline. This apparently represents a prominent pars nervosa.
1475492 tn?1332884167 They did not give me the radiology report. They informed me that those are usually available in a couple days. I'm not sure I want to see it. I already noticed that the "spot" in my cerebellum is still there. The Neuroradiologist thought that was an artifact in my early MRI but it shows now on my cervical MRI and two brain MRI's as well as other MRI areas now. That doesn't surprise me -- a good portion of my symptoms seem to point to cerebellum lesion.
Avatar f tn I have MS, diagnosed in 1992 with a dozen lesions on my brain. In 2005 the MRI report said to many lesions to count! I just want to know why all of a sudden I'm experiencing this burning sensation??? I'm afraid for the next brain scan??
Avatar n tn images not shown in this post, but you can go to the website if you want to see them, tho they didn't mean much to me] revealed MS-like lesions in this individual with a fully positive IgG Lyme Western blot indicating immune reactivity against the agent of Lyme disease. Because an MRI scan uses a very powerful magnet, patients with pacemakers or other metallic implants should not get an MRI. b.
20826743 tn?1525485251 I examined my brain scan images from my MRI physician. My question is about a white area length measured 0.29cm and wide measured 0.23cm outside the Telencephalon's circumference. The approximate location is upper right degree 80 from the X-axis on top section scan. There is laboratory report and experiment done about the micro-electrode array. Q1. Can I be planted this possible micro-electrode array without I noticed? Q2.
Avatar m tn If there is a problem it may distort images of the facial area or brain. Because you have posted on the Heart Disease forum, I assume you have had chest images and possibly the respiratory system so there shouldn't be any concern. Hope this helps and if you have any further questions or comments you are welcome to respond.
Avatar f tn Hi and welcome, Your post has come up on the MS community and the opinions 'here' are not professional but personal opinions from our own knowledge and experiences and if you're really looking for a professional opinion you may need to post your question in the neurology doctor forum, which you will find at the top of your screen under 'Forums'.
1545021 tn?1322477485 Usually contrast is given if there is a history of tumor, cancer or surgery, infection or inflammation, to evaluate blood vessels and to investigate a finding on the pre contrast part of the scan. Though MRI contrast is safer than that of CT, the common side effects possible are allergic reactions, flushing, hives, shortness of breath etc. Hope this helps. Take care.
Avatar f tn MS is a clinical diagnosis and there will be many more pieces added to the puzzle before a diagnosis of anything is made. Understand MRI of the brain and spine is just one tool used by doctors to look into the CNS. They will now have imaging results to assist in their investigation. What doc ordered the imaging? And, what specialist was recommended.