Hi everyone. I’ve just found this website, because I’ve been in google hell for the past few days. I got the following results from MRI the other day, and am now awaiting referral to a neurologist. The wait is killing me. I thought if I share my results here, perhaps some members should share their knowledge? Here goes -
Findings - Scattered non-specific small supratentorial white matter lesions with one white matter lesions within the left posterior limb of the corpus callosum. Normal size and shape of the ventricles. Normal grey and white matter differentiation. No cerebral atrophy. No extra-axial collection or space-occupying lesion. Mild periventricular white matter changes within normal limits for the patient’s age.
Conclusion - Scattered non-specific supratentorial small white matter lesions with one lesion within the left posterior limb of the corpus callosum. A small inflammatory white matter lesion cannot be ruled out due to its location within the corpus callosum.
I’m 41, female and fairly healthy and active.
Please help me make sense of this … I’m willing to give any further information that would help … xx