reason for mri---loss 65% vison in left eye from swollen optic nerve cause from clot or stroke in left eye.
Findings: The superficial sulci and ventricles are normal in size, and are symetric bilaterally. This is nonspecific, but most likely represents chronic microvasculopathy. There is no diffusion abnormality to suggest the presence of acute ischemia. There is no midline shitt or mass effect identified. Normal flow voids are identified within the major intracranial vessels. The orbits and paranasal sinuses are unremarkable. The pliuitary is normal in appearance.
1. Mild to modurate chronic microvasculopathy.
2. There is no acute intracranial abnormality identified.
Have you consulted with your doctor? Very important to do so regarding the mention of microvasculopathy and what you've experienced with your vision. Your imagine provide the doctor inside details of what is going on.
Nothing here should be concerning for MS.
I hope you are in good care with your doctor, and that appt. is lined up soon!
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