I am being seen by a headache specialist in London, UK as I suffer from hemiplegic migraines, CDH and other migraines, and was recently admitted into hospital for some investigative tests.
The results of my MRI Scan are:
'2 MRI scans were performed. The first demonstrated an ill-defined area of hyperintensity on T2 W and FLAIR images within the deep white matter of the right frontal lobe. This was noted to extend from the cortical surface to the ventricle with some loss of grey/white matter distinction at this level. No mass effect or contrast enhancement was seen. No abnormal meningeal ehancement was seen in keeping with low pressure.
A further MRI scan with fine cuts T1 sequences were obtained. The high signal intensity on T2/FLAIR sequence showed no obvious abnormality on the corresponding T1 sequences. A comment was made that there may be some loss of grey/white matter differentiation, which could indicate dysplasia.'
I was already aware that I had a lesion in my brain due a previous MRI scan I had done about 6 years ago, but my neurologist at the time didn't investigate further. Although I am researching, I would be very interested to hear from anyone who understands what these results show.
If you can help me please post a reply.