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Abnormal signal intensity

What does it mean when MRI results state: "Small focus of abnormal signal intensity within the left cerebellum which is a nonspecific finding. No pathological enhancement is seen."
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A non-specific signal intensity is usually due to an artifact caused by the dye or the imaging technique. It does not have any clinical significance and hence can be considered a normal finding. Please also discuss the report with your doctor. Take care!

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