Doctor, I was recently reading an old mri and mra report that I had in 2007. It mentions minimal periventricular hyperintensities are seen suspect for superimposed small vessel ischemic disease. recommend clinical correlation and neurology consult.
This is my problem, it was overlooked. I lived in philly and moved to poconos 11 years ago, but continue to go to Jefferson for multiple sclerosis and HUP for previous breast cancer. Dr Boraass is my surgeon.at HUP
The mri and mra were done in poconos and somehow got misplaced to philly (Jefferson) Dr Leist neuro
I will ask my neuro in may. I was wondering if this is a serious condition and does it have anything to do with MS.
I think I should keep on top of this, So many of my records get misplaced and i do not know why? Karma?
Thank you in advance Linda
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