A 49-year-old female asked:
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mri shows t2 hyperintense foci within perventricilar white matter centrum semioval and the subcortical white matter relates to svid. i’m 49 years old?

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Dr. Karolina Krawczyk-faler
3 years experience Family Medicine
T2 hyperintense foci: T2 hyperintense foci on brain MRI in periventricular area in a 49 yo could relate to multiple different disorders e.g hypertension, diabetes, smoking, high cholesterol, migranes, inflammation, demyelination.
Answered on Dec 25, 2018

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