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What does (There are nonspecific patchy areas of decreased

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what does (There are nonspecific patchy areas of decreased T1 marrow
signal, possibly reflecting areas of red marrow hyperplasia. ) it showed up on a scan in late june at one hospital but did not show up on another in may for possible MS. tested negative for lyme,lupus and RA.
JA: How long have you had the symptoms? What seems to make the symptoms worse or better?
Customer: i was in the hospital in june from what seemed like a severe neurological breakdown.. i had extreme weakness ..tremors.. couldn't talk.. this was in late june.. had to go to a rehabilitation center..
JA: Anything else in your medical history you think the doctor should know?
Customer: i had a what seemed like a bells palsy episode like what happened in june but way less severe in april.. not a stoke they did protocol
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  Dr. David replied 2 months ago.

This is Dr. David

I can understand your worries about abnormal marrow hyperplasia

usually this is seen on T2 weighted MRI scan images.

this can happen often normally as we all get older actually.

I take it that your CBC complete blood count numbers of your white and red blood cells are normal.

have you had a bone marrow biopsy? that most likely will be normal as well.

I am sorry about your hospital admission in June.

did your symptoms get better from June?

did you see a neurologist who did testing for you for MS?

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