Discussions By Condition: Multiple Sclerosis


Posted In: Multiple Sclerosis 1 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 15, 2009
  • 06:03 AM

I have been trying to figure out what is wrong with me for over a year. I have many of the symptoms of MS but never thought of it until I had an MRI with and without contrast to check and see if I had cushings disease. This is the radiologists summery report that was sent to my Dr. but I have not talked with her yet. Any advise?
1. Pituitary protocol brain MRI without findings of definite
pituitary microadenoma.
2. Minimal nonspecific white matter signal change at the
bilateral frontal subcortical white matter. Differential
diagnosis includes sequela of migraine headaches, cerebral
vasculitis, infectious/inflammatory entities, age advanced
chronic microvascular ischemic change and demyelinating disease
such as multiple sclerosis, without characteristic MS pattern
demonstrated, for which clinical correlation is recommended.
3. Minor chronic appearing paranasal sinus disease.

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