LR1234 wrote:Hi, I think it means there could be demylination from lack of oxygen due to blood vessel issues. Basically I think it is saying the demylination could be from a condition like vasculitis or blood vessels not allowing proper blood flow.
If there is no enhancement it can mean at the time the scan was done the blood brain barrier was not comprimised (which happens a lot in MS)
(I am no dr though so if someone has a better idea please feel free to add!!)
Cece wrote:I only had one periventricular MRI lesion that never changed, but the clinical picture plus evidence of prior optic neuritis was enough to get the MS diagnosis.
If both neurologists are concluding it is MS, can you find out from them what the basis is for that diagnosis?
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