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Your MRI report mention these two lesions only?
What symptoms are you having?
I had a bout of optic neuritis years back. i have nubness and left sided weakness
MRI mentioned these two lesions which are effecting white matter are not suggestiive of MS.
This MRI report does not indicated that you have MS.
These changes can be due to non specific ischemic chnages.
You neurologist had to correlate clinically.
Diagnosis can not be made on basis of your MRI report.
My previous MRI showed --stable nonspecific sub cm foci of altered, nonenhancing signal within the frontal periventrical white matter bilaterally, measuring up to 7mm on the left. No abnormal enhancement evident.
These white matter lesions can be related to migraine.
That is also same and are not indicative of MS.
There is increased incidence of white matter lesions (WMLs) in patients with migraine.
I had just completed a 2 week bout of steroids for a really bad migraine when the most recent MRI was done... I noticed the increas from 7mm to 8mm and the new 5mm... is this edema from the migraine?
These lesion can be related to migraine as i mentioned before.
But your MRI does not fullfil criteria for MS.
Thank you. These lesions are harmless and most likely from my migraines? they are very bad
They ar e harmless but you need to foolow up with your neurologist
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