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I have severe sudden-onset migraines that present with multiple symptoms. Had normal mri/eeg. Could a pet scan be helpful? I know something is wrong.
Probable not...: Pet scan is a very sensitive and pretty specific exam that detects cells that have an unusually high metabolic rate, such as cancer cells that are rapidly dividing, or areas of active inflammation. Most has, especially "migraine" type, are not due to cancer or infection, instead they result from alterations in blood flow. The very rare ha caused by a brain tumor would be easily detected by mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mri or magnetic resonance imaging is one of the more recently developed imaging modalities available to physicians. It uses powerful magnets to generate images. There is no ionizing radiation which is a major advantage over many other modalities. Mri is the best imaging exam that we have for most soft tissue and joint related problems. There are radiologists ...Read more
Other than cat scan, eeg, ekg, MRI and neuro exam, what other tests should follow a TIA with no residue?
What kind of headache is unstoppable and makes standing up unbearable? I've had 2 MRI's and a CT scan. They were normal. My eeg was slightly abnormal.
You have a: postural headache. Your workup is nearly complete, but has a lumbar puncture (aka spinal tap) been done yet? Without fever, altered mental status or meningeal stiffness it is not likely to be meningitis. If you have postural headache, that probably means you are dehydrated or volume low. Take in 3-4 L of fluid daily. ...Read more
What can I expect from my first appointment for a diagnose of multiple scelrosis? I've had a spinal tap, CT scan, and MRI. Haven't had a EEG yet
Enough workup: Hi. Once your diagnosis is established (and it sounds like it is), your neurologist will discuss things like treatment options, lifestyle factors, prognosis variables, follow up testing and management, acute flare-ups, etc. Good luck! ...Read more
3 wks stomach spasms Lft side getting worse where he can't standor work without getting one. Had eeg, CT scan, MRI and no answers. No meds r working.
See answer: Sorry to learn of his problems. Not a very common symptom. In addition to getting additional opinions from local physicians an online consultation at health tap may be helpful. Best would be an InBox Text consult. BUT you would need to upload copies of any studies and be available to answer questions. Also go to CrowdMed > http://bit.ly/1QHSTqT Get well soon ...Read more
Eeg cat scan mri all came back ok but my tremors have gotten worse I cannot walk my L leg shakes bad when I try walk when I put it on the ground ?
Other possibilities: ask your doctor about other neurological diseases that can cause tremors and weakness and are not necessarily diagnosed by the tests you had done. Myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, cerebellar ataxia are some examples ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
taking Adderall 20 mg 2x daily for 3 yrs, I had 2 seizures and was unresponsive for over 10 hrs all test came back normal, MRI CT scan EEG why?
An EEG picks up: surface activity of the brain cortex that is about the diameter of a quarter and only captures a minimal thickness of the brain. If there are findings, it means something. So EEGs can often be "normal". ...Read more
I have been experiencing vertigo for four months now had MRI CT scan they found a tumor behind my eyes now going for an EEG can vertigo have anything?
Been having headaches migraines most of my life I've had MRI, CT scan EEG and I was always told I had maxillary sinusitis disease what is it?
It's migraines: The maxillary sinuses are air spaces in your cheekbones. Mild chronic sinusitis is common (it's not true that all Texans got fleas, but they all do got sinusitis). All those dopey people out there who say they got "sinus" headaches - 99.9% of them don't. Most sinus disease causes no pain at all. Of course all your tests are normal. You have migraines & you also have sinusitis. Totally unrelated. ...Read more
I get dizzy every day since I gave birth 4 months ago. I had a CT scan, MRI, EEG, blood work done with normal results. What could it be?
Suggestions: Your testing appears to rule out central causes of dizziness in brain, and systemic causes due to anemias, or bodily disorders, BUT does NOT exclude inner ear pathology, which should be evaluated. See an otolaryngologist and get appropriate testing, as inner ear pathology can be treated with vestibular rehabilitation by a skilled physical therapist. ...Read more
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