BarefootArtist wrote:Hi Char
I know the feeling of doctors tagging extra initials in the primary diagnosis. I started with ITP (idiopathic thrombocytopenia pupura) then MS. Shortly after came RA that no one wanted to treat since the MS was apparently more important (says who??) now it seems the SLE tag has been added on. I could have told them that after the lovely butterfly rash appeared, but docs seem to want to make up there own minds and seldom listen to my diagnosis.
I play radiologist quite often with my MRIs, and no even with past experience I really don't know what I am looking at.
I pray your primary impression of improvement on the most recent MRI is correct, and I hope they keep improving all the time!
By the way, Barefoot, the poster (Char) was writing in 2006 and may no longer be visiting this website. It's always a good idea to check the date posted.
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