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Hello, this is Dr. David. I am reviewing your question now and will be with you momentarily.
I am sorry you are having these symptoms.
do you have your most recent brain MRI scan report?
usually foot drop is due to a viral infection or temporary inflammation of the peroneal nerve next to the knee.
usually foot drop is not due to a lesion in the brain
has your foot drop gotten better?
get a copy of your brain MRI scan
a brain MRI scan with contrast or a brain MRA Angiogram would show for sure if you have a Cerebral Cavernous Malformation or not.
a radiologist is the doctor that interprets the Susceptibility-Weighted Images on a brain MRI scan and makes the conclusion on the MRI scan report.
a neurologist would not be able to interpret those images.
I can not convince your local physicians either.