I have never had a head injury. What can white spots on my frontal lobe indicate on an mri? I was diagnosed with epilepsy but think this is wrong

White spots, eh? Presumably you didn't just wander into an MRI facility and made an impulse purchase. A doctor ordered the MRI, & for a reason. The MRI isn't the patient, you are. The MD who ordered the MRI is ethically obligated to interpret the scan results & correlate them with YOU the whole patient; or, if (s)he can't, to find someone who can. Ask to see the actual images & review them with your doctor.

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My husband had a head injury in 2008 & since has had seizures & blackouts he's had mri's which show bright spots on the frontal lobe is this linked?

Not enough info. Why did he have the head injury? Was it the first seizure? Is there a personal or family history of epilepsy? What do you mean by blackouts? Does he drink excessive alcohol? What information is the neurologist giving you? What did the doctor who ordered the MRI tell you? This one is best dealt with by the treating physicians. Sorry, i can be of little help. Read more...
Yes. The bright spots in the frontal lobe are likely encephalomalacia from previous traumatic frontal lobe contusions. Read more...