Ive just done an MRI of my brain today and got the result 2hr later.
Here is the result
Findings: Brain stem and cerebellum appear normal. No posterior fossa mass seen.
No Abnormal signal or mass lesion detected in region of the cerebello pontine angles and the internal auditory canals.
No supratentorial brain lesion visualized.
There is no intracranial mass lesion and no midline shift.
CSF containing spaces are normal with no area of abnormal signal return..
No extra axial lesion detected.
Mild mucosl thickening at the ethmoidal and sphenoidal sinuses.Polpoidal mucosal thickening at the Rt maxillary sinus.
Normal MRI of the brain /CPA/ IAM
Mild mucosal Thickning at the ethmoidal,sphenoidal and Rt maxillary (polypoidal) sinuses.
My question is, what does that mean by Mild mucosal Thickning at the ethmoidal,sphenoidal and Rt maxillary (polypoidal) sinuses???
ive never had prob with my sinuses.
ive did that test cause i felt imbalance and lightheadness for the past two months....
plz could someone answer my question out there?
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