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Mr Brain And Iac With Contrast
I was diagnosed with bppv the epley manuever was prefromed twice and it worked but it keeps coming back. I had brain/iac MRI w contrast and it was ok?
It tends to come: Back. Meclizine may help. Keep on trying. Cut down on coffee. Take care! ...Read more
Had MRI of iac without contrast could this pick up a brain tumour or does it just look at inner ear? Scan results were clear? Still have symptoms.
If brain mr/mra with/without contrast detects 2 mm pca infundibula, can it also detect 2 to 3 mm brain arterial aneurysm if there is one in same study
It should.: If the study has enough fine (spatial) resolution to see the infundibulum then it should be able to see an aneurysm. Should is the key word. There are many reasons on MRI that something may or may not be seen and the arteriogram (angiogram) is the real final diagnostic study. ...Read more
Will an MRI of the brain and IAC without contrast show my sinuses? My ENT ordered this exam due to severe nasal congestion and facial pressure.
I experience sudden loss of depth perceptin and my vision seems flat. 2 normal brain MRIs w/o contrast. Where else should we look?
Maybe safer in some: Gadolinium contrast could potentially cause kidney complications on rare occasion. Mri without contrast will reveal areas of atrophy, stroke, bleeding, tumors, hydrocephalus, etc, but will not clearly show certain ms lesions, aneurysms, avm's, some inflammatory problems, so, always discuss with your doctor as to why an ordered MRI might be done in a variety of ways. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Early August I got a brain scan with contrast and came back normal...is it possible that now 2 months later tumor developed?
Anthing possible: but 1) while I do not know much about you, I assume that you had an indication for the (NEG) scan. 2) http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/cancerstats/types/brain/incidence/uk-brain-and-central-nervous-system-cancer-incidence-statistics#By2 about the lowest risk age group. The more common (slow growing, NON-mailgnant) type is most likely to show up (meningioma,or pituitary) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild prominence of cortical sulci at the top of the calvarium reflecting minor involutional change.MR brain without constrast otherwise unremarkable.
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