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   Posted 11/17/2011 6:20 PM (GMT -6)   
ok so here is my story, 4 years ago i was diagnosed with pars planitis, 2 years ago i had an mri for headaches, showed some white matter, however nero not concerned. 
Still gettin headaches so 2 weeks ago had another mri these were the results
The long TR sequences show multiple areas of deep white matter and
subcortical white matter high signal.

In particular there is a 7x4mm lesion lying under the left insular cortex.
A second 7mm lesion is seen adjacent to the body of the left lateral
ventricle.  Multiple small lesions are seen adjacent to the body of the
right lateral ventricle, but no posterior fossa lesions are seen and no
corpus lesions are noted.  The ventricular system and cisterns are of normal
size and shape, there was no shift in the midline structures.  The paranasal
sinuses are clear.  There is no evidence of restricted diffusion of any of
these lesions.

Comparison with the previous MR scan dated 29/09/09 indicates that the two
large lesions seen in the left hemisphere are new.


No cause for the patients headaches, however the new lesions, one
subcortical and the other periventricular are added evidence of subclinical
He proposes we dont do any more investigations as i have no symtoms of ms, however since all this has been going on i have a numbness in my legs at night, but now think its all in my head.
stressed. com
any ideas
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