A 24-year-old female asked:
brain mri is fine.mri of whole spine showing supecious intramedullary hyperintensities in cord posterior to bodies of d6 to d8.
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Diagnostic Radiology 33 years experience
This is a: nonspecific abnormality that can be associated with a variety of demyelinating processes including MS. There are usually changes in the brain as well, but not always. Your doctor will interpret these findings in the context of your clinical/laboratory picture.
Last updated May 31, 2017
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