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My brain MRI shows "subcortical FLAIR hyperintesity"?

A retina specialist who told me I have intermediate uveitis in my right eye made me take a brain MRI to rule out MS. It came back fine, except there is a part that says "There is a single 2 mm subcortical FLAIR hyperintensity involving the lateral superior left frontal lobe." what does this mean?

Anyone good with MRI's/brain stuff? *update post #16*

... *preliminary report* Findings: This shows a non-enhancing focus of subcortical T2 hyperintensity within the right temporal lobe measuring ... prior study. Impression: Nonspecific, ovoid, subcortical, nonenhancing, right temporal hyperintensity. This may represent gliosis secondary to old infectious or ...

I need help..Whats an MRI Hyperintense signal on MRI (Flair)...and more?

... of MRI of the disease unfoturnately I have no idea what the terms mean. It says focal signal in corticospinal tract, cerebral peduncle & internal capsule...I don't even know with Hyperintense and MRI (FLAIR) stand for...I tried researching but I find it just as confusing...I really appreciate it!

t2wt and FLAIR images show hyperintense areas within bilateral frontal and parietal white matter which turn is?

My MRI of brain says - t2wt and FLAIR images show hyperintense areas within bilateral frontal and parietal white matter which turn iso to hypointense on T1 Wt suggestive of nonspecific white mater changes. what does this mean?

What are nonenhancing T2 hyperintense lesions and chorid plexus xanthogranulomas?

... so my doctor sent me for an MRI. I am trying to understand what it all means and there is not much information. Results say "There are nonenhancing T2 hyperintense lesions within the lateral ventricles bilaterally consistent with choroid plexus xanthogranulomas. Sulci are mildly prominent for age. ...

What does T2 hyperintense mucus retention cyst on an MRI mean?

... radiology report and I find it strange that there was no measurement put down for this cyst. Under the Impression: "...large mucus retention cyst in the left maxillary sinus.." and above in Discussion: "large T2 hyperintense mucus retention cyst..." What does that mean? Why no measurement?? Thanks!

mri showed t2 hyperintensity and loss of signal at l3-4 and l4-5?

had an mri showing loss of signal at l3-4 and l4-5 also disc protrusion left of midline at l3-4 also t2 hyperintensity

Thoracic MRI finds Hyperintense Lesion?

I have been having upper back pain for 2 months now. My doctor ordered an MRI that came back saying, "10-mm T2 hyperintense lesion in the right prevertebral soft tissues at the level of T6, likely a benign cystic lesion." What does this mean? Would this be causing the pain I'm feeling in my upper ...

bilateral frontal lobe subcortical white matter showing evidence of small vessel ischemic changes?

i am of 52 years old.today i.e 10-4-2013 my MRI report for brain showed "Bilateral frontal lobe subcortical white matter shows evidence of small vessel ischemic changes and right mastoid air cells show fluid signal intensity" I am a male I have sugar level of 103 fasting and 174 postprandial.Further ...

what does single, nonspecific, punctate area of FLAIR hyperintense signal within the right corona radiata mean?

I had an mri and this is one of the findings the other was kyphosis and destruction of at least of 3 discs, possibly post tuberulous spondylitis and I don't know what that means.

Bilateral cerebral peritrigonal and parietal subcortical white matter volume loss?

with altered signal morphology – old hypoxic ischaemic changes. please someone tell me the meaning.

MRI report : Few Cystic Foci are seen in Bilateral Parietal,evidence of focal cortical hyperintensity on T2?

My son is 3 years now and this MRI was taken 6 months back , can any one define it in simple language

My MRI came back nonspecific, can anyone help?

... five discrete foci of primarily subcortical elongated T2 FLAIR signal hyperintensity involving bilaterial frontal and parietal lobes. These thin linear-like areas of T2 hyperintensity taper towards the ventricles bilaterally. The primarly subcortical nature of these subtle areas of white ...

What does my MRI findings mean?

... in morphology, this is most likely a lipoma. There are multiple small foci of subcortical and deep white matter T2 hyperintensity (approximately 8), none of which show enhancement, and none of which are located in the posterior fossa. These are stable ...

Brain/immune development in babies, vaccines, and other medical issues

... this: Quote: What is behind this reduction of growth in preterm brains? The authors suggest that it is probably mediated by reduced connectivity in subcortical white matter rather than by loss of cortical neurons. Neurological assessment of adults who were born preterm has shown an excess ...

History of Vaccination 1712-1993

... work on Pertussis which indicates that "pertussis vaccine may be associated with the most varying kinds of cerebral complications which may be cortical, subcortical or peripheral." Encephalitis after vaccination is known to produce the same range of disabilities and impairment. Annel also wrote, " ...

MS after Hep. B in 16 year old patient (CMJ article)

... and CSF) was negative. The brain MRI demonstrated an inhomogeneous lesion with a hyperintense signal on T2-weighted images in the lower brainstem (Fig. 1A), and numerous T2 hyperintense lesions measuring 10-20 mm that enhanced gadolinium in the cervical and thoracic ...

Gene Modified Tissue May Slow Alzheimer's - Study

... tried to deliver the gene therapy while the patients were sedated but awake. "Two subjects abruptly moved while the injection needle was in the brain, causing subcortical hemorrhage," they wrote. One died later and one suffered brain damage. After that, the patients were rendered unconscious and ...

so scared got my mri results back please?

... i read them dont understand them , but im scared, heres what it says,scattered nonspecific signal abnormalities are seen in the periventricular and subcortical white matter more on the right than the left, possible small 12 mm anachnoid cyst superior to the cerebellum. the patiant has punctate foci ...

hyper intensity white matter foci?

what's hyper intensity white matter foci in the subcortical. I don't have any diseases as everything has been ruled out. Is there anything else that can cause this. Thank You

Can someone explain my MRI Brain (W+WO) results to me?

... focal areas of increased signal intensity are seen on FLAIR weighted sequences in the subcortical white matter of the frontal lobes bilaterally right greater than ... normal flow viods. IMPRESSION: Nonspecific white matter changes in the subcortical regions of the frontal lobes as detailed above. The ...

my mother was recently detected to have left cp angle meningioma size is 3cmx4.2cm?

extra axial broad based left cerebello pontine angle mas lesion measuring 3cmx4.2cm in size returning hypo-intense signals on T1W and hyperintense on T2W images with marked post contrast enhancement .Mass effect is mainifested by compression of pons,midbrain.and 4th ventricle.7th and 8th nerve ...

What does this mean on a MRI Test:INCIDENTALLY THERE IS A DEVELOPMENTAL VENOUS ANOMALY IN THE PARIETAL LOBE?

... . THERE IS A SMALL LINEAR FOCUS OF ENHANCEMENT IN THE RIGHT PARIETAL LOBE COMPATIBLE WITH A DEVELOPMENTAL VENOUS ANOMALY. SUBTLE FLAIR HYPERINTENSITY IN BILATERAL FRONTAL PERIVENTRICULAR WHITE MATTER A VARIANT OF NORMAL. IMPRESSION: 1. INCIDENTALLY THERE IS A DEVELOPMENTAL VENOUS ANOMALY IN ...

need help reading MRI report?

... SUPRATENTORIAL LESIONS are seen on the current exam in addition to one subtle T2 hyperintensity at the cervicomedullary junction(what / where is that). There are no T1 hypointense lesions ... enhancing lesions and resolution of several previously seen T2 hyperintense lesions. ONE JUXTACORTICAL lesion is ...

Help with these MRCP Results please!!!?

... function studies. 2) Duodenal diverticulum seen just anterior to the to the distal common bile duct adjacent to the pancreatic head. 3) nonspecific T2 hyperintense lesion in the inferior right hepatic lobe. The absence of any history of malignancy. this is likely to represent a hemangioma. Several ...