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Mr Brain And Pituitary With Contrast
Maybe: Pituitary adenomas MRIs are very specific protocols. If you have a 'macroadenoma' which is larger than the normal gland, a routine MRI protocol would still likely show this. However, 'micoadenomas' can be only a few millimeters in size and a routine brain protocol MRI could miss it bases on scan slice thickness or it may not stand out within the normal tissue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had brain MRI no contrast. The tech said she was concerned i had a abnormality on my pituitary gland cause it should up bright white. What does mean?
Pituitary: Follow up with your doctor. Most abnormalities of the pituitary can be treated but don't take what the tech is saying as having meaning beyond the fact that you should follow up with the doctor who ordered it. ...Read more
Pc ordered nei of pituitary gland. Said its normal. Will the brain also be studied for other abnormalities from mri? Used contrast dye.
What r the symptoms?: What are the complaints that caused these tests to be done? Too broad a question to answer without more information. ...Read more
Merely technical: Looking directly at base of brain and pituitary requires slightly different cuts and angles, as the focus is directed to a small area of brain, but the software and pictures are handled in a similar fashion. In ms, we tend to use specialized approaches, such as flair or double inversion recovery to see the white matter spots better. Not needed for pituitary views, usually. ...Read more
Not quite: A pituitary tumor arises from the pituitary gland which is underneath the brain. These may be quite large and cause compression of the brain or the cranial nerves. This would be considered a "brain tumor" in general language. Pituitary tumors should be classified in a category of their own from a technical standpoint. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had LP & it stated 1 gamma band found consistent with b-cell brain tumor. Not enough for ms. I have pituitary macroadenoma. What does this mean?
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