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Yes, it was mild and in any other context I might say it really is nonspecific and not to be concerned. It's just that on reason your doctor did the study was to differentiate betweeen possible MS and possible neurosarcoid. Still the diagnosis of neurosarcoid is difficult and I can't say you have it. Here's a link for you about the MRI findings--it's very technical but it does mention the cerebral atrophy/increase volume part.