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T2 Frontal White Matter Lesions
What does periventricular & subcortical white matter in both hemispheres & multiple sm foci of T2 & FLAIR hyperintensity(no larger than 3mm)mean? 44yr
MRI: Well tons of reason, could be part of aging (wear and tear lesions), small strokes, infections, MS. talk to a neurologist. ...Read more
White matter is one of the two components of the central nervous system and consists of glial cells and myelinated axons that transmit signals from one region of the cerebrum to another and between the cerebrum and lower brain centers. White matter tissue of the freshly cut brain appears pinkish white to the naked eye because myelin is composed largely of lipid ...Read more
What does 2 hyperintense foci in the right frontal white matter and 1 hyperintense
focus in the left frontal
white matter mean? migraine 20yo
Non-specific finding: The findings you list are non-specific but are frequently seen in people with a history of migraines. It may be advisable to meet with a neurologist who can go over your history, review the reason the MRI was obtained in the first place and perform a detailed neurological exam to determine if further testing is required. ...Read more
Mri 3 tiny deep, subcortical t2/flair white matter foci left external capsule, right corona radiate, subcortical white matter of right post central gyrus?
Don't know: Really don't know what question you are asking, what you are describing are either microvascular changes or non-specific abnormalities that can be seen in multiple disorders. ...Read more
Few Scattered 2-3 mm T2 Hyperintense non-specific supratentorial foci involving subcortical white matter. This was my MRI impression. please explain?
Nonspecific: Nonspecific findings are nonspecific. Small whilte mater lesions are common and can be due to local ischemia ( lack of blood flow) or inflammation or small infarcts. In the absence of clinical findings they are likely nothing to worry about. What was the reason for your MRI? If vasculitis or M.S is a concern, your doctors will followup and you should get repeat MRI. ...Read more
My MRI found multiple frontal punctate subcortical white matter foci appreciated notable in the frontal lobes. What does this mean?
Sign of Age: You often see these as we get older, especially if you have high blood pressure and/or high cholesterol. The small blood vessels in the brain, like everywhere in the body, can get clogged with cholesterol, especially if you have high blood pressure and diabetes which makes the vessels less elastic. ...Read more
Mri says scattered white matter, also says no lessions or mass effect detected, isn't scattered white matter lesions?
Yes, but...: Nonspecific abnormality (lesion). From your submission, there are no masses, clots, tumors, increased pressure in the brain, etc.-all reassuring. Talk to your doc. ...Read more
What does mulitple(atlest 10)tiny t2/flair hyperintense foci in cerebral white matter, predominantly subcortical and deep white matter implies?
See your doctor: Hyperintense white matter signals may mean nothing clinically or could be related to a host of diagnoses, including multiple sclerosis, autoimmune, etc. It has to be correlated to an exam and other testing to make any sense of it, a lot of times it is an incidental finding and means very little clinically. Your doctor will help you understand what this report means to you clinically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI scan says "small focal T2 & flair hyperintensity at subcortical white matter of the right frontal region.The features are nonspecific. " is it Ms?
53 yo female (RN) s/p optic neuritis. MRI shows "FLAIR & T2 images show scattered punctate areas of increased signal w/I periventricular white matter"?
MS or not MS?: This kind of case will either be diagnosed as optic neuritis or as MS. Since the T2 / FLAIR lesions are small (i.e. punctate) it is a bit uncertain. If they were a bit larger, the diagnosis would be MS. For smaller lesions, perhaps it is not. A spinal tap may help to sort out the answer. The answer is important, so that future relapses can be prevented. Think about vitamin D. ...Read more
Many things: Your question probably relates to a finding which is usually seen on a MRI report. In general, there are individuals with silent infarcts in the white matter that are due usually to hypertension. The radiographic finding that is reported is seen as small, punctuate white dots, that can be small vessel disease, infection, vasculitis, or a variant of normal. ...Read more
What does the results few tiny nonenhancing T2/FLAIR signal foci within the
subcortical frontal & right temporal white matter of an MRI brain scan?
Blood vessels: Most likely would be blood vessels. But that also depends on why you had the test in the first place. Usually in young people we don't see too many of these white or bright spots. As we get older they show up. Ask your doctor to explain the results on general ...Read more
Explain? Rathe's cleft, epidermoid & arachnoid cysts are in diff., scatrd. foci T2 prolongation affecting the periventricular white matr. bi-lat 4-6mm
A bit more needed: I suggest you review the report either with the doctor who ordered it or a specialist they refer you to or arrange a virtual visit during which you share the whole report The meaning will be easier to understand with the whole report in hand. Cyst is a fluid filled space, Periventricular - around the ventricles. "Arachnoid" "epidermoid" are locations ...Read more
I'm 34 years old my mri report say, t2 and flair hyperintensities in a deep white matter distribution , what does this mean
What does the Impressions from MRI Brain: Bilateral , scattered , subcortical and periventricular white matter and pontine abnormal signals , mean ?
What does it mean when a MRI (brain) says there are ten small t2 hyperintense foci within the periventricular deep white matter?
Mra - lobulated lesion isohypointense on t1 & isohyperintense on t2w1.Show enhancng walls 27/22/25mm in rt frontopareital cortex, broad zone wm edema.
What does scattered small foci of t2 hyperintensity in the subcortical white matter means. this is from my mri brain w/o contrast test results?
These: are usually due to age-related microvascular changes, and are common incidental MRI findings as we age. However, there are other potential less-likely causes, so you should talk to your doctor about the significance of this finding in your particular case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 35 female MRI states Punctate increased FLAIR signal foci in the periventricular white matter bilaterally.
ABNORMAL MRI: The abnormal MRI may have a variety of causes, Migraine Headaches, HTN, Diabetes. Depending on your symptoms , Full lab work including evaluation for Lyme disease / VIT d deficiency/ b12 folic acid /thyroid studies/ Sjogrens Syndrome and Sarcoid evaluations. Also potentially a clotting work up. Follow up with your Internist and Neurology Consult ...Read more
My MRI showed scattered white matter, but after that it said no lesions or masses identified isn't scattered white matter lesions?
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- What does white matter lesions in the frontal brain indicate?
- A couple of tiny punctate foci of t2 signal abnormality within the frontal lobe white matter
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