I recently got a mri and a mra because I was getting a lot of migraines. I had a tbi when I was 8. these are the results:
1. Left anterior temporal encephalomalacia and gliosis, possibly sequelae of prior traumatic brain injury. Priors would be helpful. This is unlikely to represent any neoplasm, but in general, post-contrasted scans are recommended to exclude any enhancement in this region. This shows encephalomalacia, atrophy, not a mass however.
2. There are a few scattered white matter lesions. There is no acute hemorrhage, acute infarction, subdural hematoma, mass effect or midline shift. Mild superior cervical spondylosis.
3. Ploysinusitis but no air-fluid levels. There is some lobular mucosal thickening.
4. Vessels show flow voids indicating patency.
1. There is mild narrowing of the left parasellar ICA and suprasellar ICA, but less than 50% stenosis.
2. The circle of willis is complete
3. There is no efidence of vessel high-grade stenosis or occlusions. NO aneurysm can be seen.
4. Visible venous sinuses are patent.
I plan on going to a neurologist but I was just wanting to maybe get an insight on what this is. I do not remember what the last results said, but I will try to find them.
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