I know my Docter will call me....
but until then can anyone tell me WHAT this might be.
I had a MRA + MRI then an MRI with contrast but I got really weird feeling when they injected me with the contrast which I feel horrible about so she missed 2 shots of my pituitary she said.
So I don't even know if she got the contrast pictures or not...
But then at the end of the test she told me she didn't think it was my pituitary & that the docter would have to talk to me she couldn't say anything else.
I glanced at the MRI picture on the way out [she had 1 pulled up on screen] and it looked like it was taken looking down from the top of my head. I could see my 2 eyeballs and a big white mass behind my right eye [funny thats the one thats dilated].. It looked like it took up about a 6th of my brain and it wasn't just a big round blob it looked like it had grown or grown from an area in between my eyes.. I am sure I am sounding confusing...
anyways does anyone know what a big white area might indicate on an MRI..
just a tumor.. or maybe something else?
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