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"Since the prior study in Nov the perivetricular plaques show mild improvement. The plaque above the posterior aspect of the left ventricular body has nearly healed. The small plaque on the left side of the splenum is slightly smaller. No enhancing plaques. The enhancing plaque previously see no longer enhances and has appeared to heal.
Improved mild cerebral and posterior fossa demyliation.
Back to me---not to bad eh?? The MRI guy couldn't believe it lol.
I soooooo hope PT gets my butt up and moving again better lol.
What does your report say concerning any plaques in your spine? I would imagine that these are the ones giving you problems with walking, etc. I know that the lesions in my spine are the ones giving me problems.
I stopped worrying about my Spine. Its screwed. Because of the spinal lesions I may never get better tha what I am but I won't stop trying to get better. My theory is this: If Christopher Reeve is able to get back some finger movement from constant exercise I should be able to eventually get my legs back.
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