I got a copy of my MRI report and since it will be a while until I can ask someone what it means, I was wondering if one of the very clever people on here can help. I’ve already gone through Rizzo’s wonderful guide to the brain and it’s helped a lot (THANK YOU, Rizzo!), so there really are only two bits that I don’t understand:
- for the brain MRI with contrast:
"The previously noted frontoparietal bright signal foci suspicious for demyelating disease have not shown any signs of enhancement. No meningeal enhancement noted. No mass effect or midline shift.
Impression: No signs of activity noted in the white matter lesions."
- The second bit I don’t understand is the last bit of the cervical spine MRI:
“Impression: Tiny nonenhancing possibly demyelinating plaques in the cervical spine”
I find the word ‘tiny’ here a bit odd, to be honest…
I am just confused about what this means, so if anyone can spare the time, I’d be eternally grateful for a response!