I had a MRI done recently and the results came back as follows. What does this mean? Ther is a small cyst consistent with a Virchow-Robin cyst in the right parietooccipital white matter. There are small nonspecific periventricular white matter lesions in the right centrum semiovale. I have an appointment in January with a Neuro Dr. I was hoping someone could tell what this means so I can get some understanding.
I have headaches about 3 or more times a week. I also have noticed that I drop things when holding them. I honestly think that I have a good hold on these things, but my hand just releases them. I can not remember anything short term things, like a conversation from last week or a tv show the night before, where I placed things, I know that there are people I need to call the next day, I can't remember to call them. I have high blood pressure that elevates only when I am stressed out. I have been stressed out for the last 6 months or so.
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