This is the MRI scan
There are numerous T2 and FLAIR hyperintense foci seen in the right periventricular white matter, both cerebral hemispheres white matter more to the right side, corpus callosum and in the left middle cerebellar peduncle, the one in the right periventricular white matter shoes perpendicular orientation to the callososeptal interface, compared to the old MRI (was taken about a year ago), the left cerebral peduncle lesion is more obvious on this exam, no significant interval changes in the rest of the bright spots, findings are suggestive of demyelinating disease like multiple sclerosis, clinical correlation and follow-up MRI with contrast are recommended for better evaluation. The possibility of ischaemic vasculopathy is felt less likely. The ventricles are normal in size and position. There is no evidence of acute or chronic infarct, intracranial hemorrhage, extraaxial fluid collection, or mass effect. There is no cerebellar tonsillar herniation. Expected arterial flow-voids are present. The paranasal sinuses, mastoid air cells, and middle ears are clear. No significant osseous or scalp lesions are identified.
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