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t2 hyperintensities/chronic microvascular ischemic change
I recently had a mri of the brain it showed small white matter t2 hyperintensities in frontal ,parietal periventricular , and subcortical regions . I have no idea what that means. Can you tell  me in layman's terms what that means? The thickening in the vessels in my brain can that be reversed? I've been told that this may mean several things such as MS or lymes disease just to mention a few. Can I get an aneurism from thickening vessels in the future? What sort of impact will this have on my future in general


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