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    I had my brain MRI on Monday, my nero is out of town until next monday.. The report says "brain is healthy" but I'm seeing a lot of white dots on my pics..

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    Hi Mhines and welcome to MSWorld

    The report says "brain is healthy"
    That's awesome! Those with MS definitely don't see those words on an MRI

    I'm seeing a lot of white dots on my pics..
    Many things on a brain MRI can look like "something" to someone other than a specialist, such as the Radiologist that would have reviewed your MRI and written the report. Relax and wait for your Neurologist to get back into town.
    Diagnosed 1984
    “Lightworkers aren’t here to avoid the darkness…they are here to transform the darkness through the illuminating power of love.” Muses from a mystic

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      Originally posted by Mhines View Post
      I had my brain MRI on Monday, my nero is out of town until next monday.. The report says "brain is healthy" but I'm seeing a lot of white dots on my pics..
      Even if the white spots are lessions they are not indicative of MS (if the radiologist said healthy brain). I have two demyelinating lessions in asymptomatic areas of the brain and 3 neurologists and 2 radiologists said they are nothing. MS lessions have to be the size, location, shape typical of MS. White matter hiperintensities or small <2mm lessions are seen in healthy young adults.

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