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i had a  mri done last month dr found some spot on frontal lobe 4 on right 3 on the left  on mri report  it got small few mm foct of increased signal are seen with the white matter of the frontal lobes bilaterally which is a nonspecific finding what does this mean
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non specific finding basically means that the spots dont point to any specific disease. did your dr mention that it may be MS? that could be what caused the spots on the MRI. to confirm diagnosis of that you most probably have to get a lumbar puncture done so they can test your cerebralspinal fluid. hope this helps, take care
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