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What does white light mean on a MRI

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What does white light mean on a MRI?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Stevens replied 6 years ago.

hello there

do you mean white lesions on an MRI ? is there any other relevant info ? Dr. Stevens

Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I was just told white light. Sorry.

Expert:  Dr. Stevens replied 6 years ago.

Hello there

the only thing I can think of on an MRI as it is white would be demyelinating disorders such as Multiple sclerosis and Guillen-Barre syndrome. I hope that is helpful and does not lead to more questions than answers. I also hope it does not lead to unnecessary worry. Regards XXXXX

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
What are multiple sclerosis and guillen-barre syndrome?
Expert:  Dr. Stevens replied 6 years ago.
they are diseases that affect the nervous system and cause both temporary and permanent motor and sensory problems. This means they can cause stroke like symptoms. Regards Dr. stevens