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female 35, sudden shooting headpain with history of migraine - mri report - two tiny t2 hyperintense foci seen in left frontal subcortial white matter?

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Dr. Patrick Connerly
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Not the cause: The hyperintense foci may be due to lots of different things, but cannot be the cause of the headaches you describe.
Answered on Dec 27, 2016
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