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Comparing the MRI

Hi,
Hope every one is doing well.
i've been going downhill since my Dx.

I've uploaded a few MRI pics from 5/19/2010 and 7/22/2010. They are taken with T-2.
With a blur eyesight i have, i still manage to see different between the old and new ones.

Just wondering if those new lesions could be the reason i was very weak and couldn't even be online much.

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Hiu there, it is good to see you back around here.  I'm no good at reading MRIs - even my own once the neuro has shown me the hot spots- but I'll go take a look at yours.  Don't wait for a brilliant report, though.

I'm sorry to hear you are backsliding - I hope it stops soon.

be well, Lulu
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There looks like changes to me , but I can't begin to tell you what that translates into.  

did you catch my post earlier this week about the MRI overview from the MS Consortium annual meeting?  You might find these images interesting to look at and think about in relationship to what is in your images ...

http://www.mscare.org/cmsc/images/pdf/2010CMSC_CC2_Stone_MRIintheDiagnosis.pdf



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Hi,
Thanks for the info, I have read through the MRI overview last night.
Hopefully i'll be able to be here more sometime soon.
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