Hi... Iam having alot of symptoms and had an mri 2 years ago that showed a couple of lesions.. I just had another mri 1 week ago. I would just like to know what anyone can interpret from this.. I am going to a neurologist soon.. hear is the report: about 12-13 T2-hyperintense foci are seen in the cerebral white matter. The largest single lesion, about 8-9 mm size, is in the right corona radiata. All other lesions are smaller, in the 3-6 mm range.
There are also small patchy zones of nonspecific T2-hyperintense signal in the pons.
Im just wondering what this means.. thanks..
Post Edited (tray1988) : 9/13/2012 8:35:22 PM (GMT-6)