Shanberger wrote:I had an MRI of the brain on Wednesday with an MS protocol done (with/without contrast). Just got a voice mail from the neurologist saying that MS is off the table because it was negative. Am I wrong to think that just because you have an MRI of the brain you do not have MS? I still have the tingling and numbness, not so much numbness, but burning sensations in the legs and in the hands so what could be causing that? To be more definitive about not having MS, shouldn't he have done an MRI of the C-spine? Or would doing the MS protocol of the brain be enough information for him to rule out MS? I really want to have faith in what he is saying, because he is supposed to be one of the best neurologist in Houston, but I'm having mixed feelings because of my symptoms. Can you have lesions in the spine with no evidence of lesions in the brain?
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