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magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results - pretty typical?

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by snowathlete, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. snowathlete


    Meant to post this months ago but didnt get around to it until now.
    I had an MRI of my head earlier this year, as you do, and my results look pretty typical for ME I think, but wondered how they might compare to other's results?
    This is what it said:
    "The ventricles and CFS spaces are normal for hte patient's age. No mass legion, haemorrhage or surface collection. Two tiny areas of altered signal are seen in the peripheral white matter, on the right lying in the centrum semiovale posteriorly and on the left in the anterior frontal lobe. Thee are not thought to be of clinical significance. No abnormality on diffusion weighted imaging. No mas leion, haemorrhage or surface collection.

    No convincing pathology overall."

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