HI I am Elliot,a phd student, started research on MS. i am new in this filed. So i have some questions, can please anyone answer these questions. Ii’ll be appreciated.
my question are:
As I know T1 post contrast are used for active lesions and T2 are used for new lesions, so can we detect active lesions with T2, if we can’t then why is that reason.
If we can see active lesions in t2 then why we still use t1 post enhanced images.
Thanks in advance ofr help.
Is this not something you should be asking a neurologist or a MRI technician? What exactly is your PhD in?
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hi just been diagnosed with secondary progresive but carnt find a page on here that covers any advise much apriciated
If you use the search function (located at the top of each category page) on the forum this will display relevant discussions on SPMS: https://community.mssociety.org.uk/forums/everyday-living?title=secondary
Alternatively, Our website has this page which may be of use: https://www.mssociety.org.uk/about-ms/types-of-ms/secondary-progressive-ms
If you hit the button on the orange banner above these messages marked ‘About MS’, there are lots of different bits that will help. Also, you can search for topics on this forum. That will bring up other people’s questions and the responses people have been given by the other forum members.
If you have any specific questions about MS or your diagnosis, you can start a New Thread, again, there’s a button you can hit, give your thread/question/comment a title, then fill in the bigger text box. The various forum members will try to help you out.
thanks for the info
next question do i need a degree to fill out all these forms i have to fill in to get some money ???@
Virtually yes. You could have a look at the CAB website for general benefits information. Or think about joining https://www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/ if you are claiming either ESA or PIP. They charge about £20, but it’s worth it for the guides to making claims.