1)2004 radioloy- four white matter enhancing lesions
neurology- narrowed disease to either demeylinating or migranious
2)2005 radiology- four white matter lesions
neuology- four lesion in corticol and subcorticol area non-enhancing
3)2006 radiology- T2 flares bilaterally in frontal lobes and left peiratal lobe and lesion not seen on previous MRI. All enhancing. Enhancement extending down into the epithelian area. Neurology- wait and see diagnosis
4)2007 radiology- T2 same
5)2008 same but occipital and temporal lobes enhancing lesion
6)2009 juxtacorticol lesions and frontal lobes and temporal lobes and occipital lobes T2 flares and questionable enhancement. All lesions were enchanced. Uveitis of the right eye and optic neuritis- blindness in right eye lasted two weeks.
7)2010 optic neuritis and VEP abnormal bilateral p100 elongation- inflammation in the optic chiasm and eye nerves.
8)2011 no enhancement
9)2012 three to four enhancing lesions that enhanced for one year. Optic neuritis flare-up again.
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