I am attempting to decipher my MRI report. Any assistance would be appreciated. I am giving an outline of 3 separate MRI reports where I have concern and don't understand. I was diagnosed with MS in 1996 and lived symptom free until January 2012 when I experience a major exacerbation causing temporary blindness in my right eye. Since that time my health has not recovered. The new symptoms that I have are extreme fatigue (sleep does not offer relief), mental breaks (where my brain pauses or stops and then have issues reconnecting events prior to the break to after the break, it's hard to explain), balance and walking issues, vision issues.
Basically, within the text of the MRI report, does any of this data explain my symptoms?
January 3, 2012 MRI
Mild burden of subacute plaque in the supratentorial frontal and parietal white matter bilaterally, relatively sparing the temporal lobe and posterior fossa gyrus.
Flow void is seen within the vessels indicating patency.
April 15, 2013 MRI
Flow voids are identified bilaterally in the intracranial internal carotid arteries as well as basilar artery.
On the heavily T2W and FLAIR images a confluent 1.5 cm subcortical demyellinating plaque involving the left frontal lobe. Focal demyelinating plaques in the periventricular white matter and left external capsule.
April 2015 MRI
Mild T2w and FLAIR hyperintensities in the periventricular white matter are noted bilaterally involving the frontal and pairietal lobes. Demyenlination of the corpus callosum. Subcortical plaque involving the left parafalcine parietal lobe gyrus.