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Brain MRI

I fell onto my back last year on a patch of ice. I was later diagnosed from the injury with fibromyalgia, Chronic myofascial pain, depression, and Chronic fatigue syn and whip lash.

Recently they did an MRI of my brain to see if I developed damage. Actually they should of done this months ago.
I don't understand the report. There are 3 nonspecific punctate hyperintense foci seen on FLAIR images, one in the right side of the pons, one in the right corona radiata, and one in the left parietal white matter.

Waiting for doctor to call me but does anyone know what this means?
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