Define Microvascular Ischemic Changes of unknown etiology.
I had an MRI due to headaches, some dizziness & vertigo. I felt it was due to sinus problems.
When the results came back, the above was written down. I was told by my Dr., the results indicated right-sided paranasal sinus disease (infection).
I was in the process of changing health insurance coverage and was unable to get coverage because of the reason as written in my title, MRI showing microvascular ischemic changes and vertigo of unknown etiology.
Looking forward to your reply.
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