So I had an MRI this morn after a series of odd symptoms over last few years. I'm early 30s.
- brain fog, fatigue, very mild lack of sensation in lower legs that lasted a few weeks. A cob web feeling under eye that came on and off for a week a few times in one year, some word finding problems, adrenaline rushes that would last all day every day that tools months to stop.
All of these symptoms I no longer have but a brain fog and a bit if fatigue.
At any rate, they gave me a CD today of my MRI. I looked at a bunch of the MRI pics. Ive never looked at an MRI before, but after glancing at a few this morn i put up a few on Flickr that i had questions on. So I wanted your opinion on these few here. I know you guys aren't doctors, just wanted to know your two cents!
I help the arrow key of my mouse under the places I was curious about.http://www.flickr.com/photos/95593789@N03/
1) I put up a series pics where my mouse follows this little white dot on the right side. In every pic it was there just about in the SWI image series. It moves up in the pic as the MRI camera moved. This particlr MRI image part is a a susceptibility weighted imaging. Anyone know- is that just a piece of normal structure? I almost feel like it there is another white dot, smaller, on the other side making me feel its symmetrical and therefore normal.
2) let me know if anything else stands out.
There were so many pics, so I picked a handful that I had questions on.
Thanks SO MUCH everyone for your support/help!!