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MRI Report Brain
Hi

I am 33 years male and recently underwent MRI scanning on the advice of doctor. Below is the MRI report ( Brain ) Please suggest me if there is something alarming.


MRI Report - Brain

Technique:
MRI of brain was dne using various T1W and T2W sequences in various planes

Findings :
Multiple peri ventricular acute and chronic lacunar infarcts with peri ventrcular oedema. Normal cerebral hemispheres otherwise and normal cortical gray matter and white matter tracks. There is no intraaxial or extraaxial mass lesion apprecaited.

Prominent sulci and Gyri

Normal basal ganglia and thalami. Normal internal and external capsules.

4th ventricle, 3rd ventricle, and lateral ventricles are wideend. No midline shift. Septum Pellucidum is midline.

Normal midbrain, pons and medulla Oblongata and a normal brainstem cervical cord junction.

Normal vermis and cerebellar hemispheres . Folia prominent.

Normal calvarium
Normal temporal bones.
Normal central skull base
Normal clivus and craniovertebral junction

Impression :
Multiple peri ventricular lacunar infaracts.
Diffuse peri ventricular oedema
Both temporal bones are normal
Bilateral maxillary sinusitis



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dear ayon,
i think some neurologist might had ordered this MRI
You definately have some small problem in it.
I suggest, you meet him again to discuss the report again.
All the best
abhijeet
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Hi Abhijeet
Thanks for suggestion/comments.

Reason for posting this here is to get the correct/experts advice from an expert. I will defnitly meet a neurologist, but wanted to have others opinion also.

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