Hi.. I have had an EEG at the Dr office, not a 24 hr one..not sure what a VEEG is..do they do that with the EEG? And I never had an episode while I was having the EEG...I've had MRI, CTs the MRI showed a few lesions, some in the corpus collasum, and subcortical white matter...if I remember right..it was last year. Not MS...I had the muscle testing one that they stick little pins in your legs arms etc...they said that was fine...this was all a year ago and my symptoms have gotten worst since then. My GP keeps saying I was in the hospital a year ago and had all these tests already..I'm not sure I should repeat any? thanks again for any help.
A VEEG is a Video EEG. Its just like an EEG only they film it. It might be worth getting some of the tests repeated if the doctors are still none the wiser as to whats going on. When you talk about the lesions in the white matter and the Corpus Callosum (I can never spell that one!) are we talking about big lesions or small ones? I would be questionning whether these lesions in the white matter are below the motor cortex. (Upper Parietal Lobe... kinna central) Also, have they looked at the Cerrebellum (Another one I cant spell) for any trauma?
P.S I appologise for my chronic spelling! Its getting late here in the UK and its really bad that im a 3rd yr Psych student and cant spell basic brain parts!
SORRY.. I just read that...my spelling is backwards? I think you could understand it though? No doby...but body...thanks
and I used to type for a living..hehehe
Its ok, I have typing issues sometimes... the number of times I type Elipepsy is unbelieveable! lol
Nothing really jumps out at me from the report. If the lesions are supra rather than intra then that simply means that they are on the surface of the white matter. This one really has me confused... I think its gonna have to go to a specialist