The lump behind the ear sounds unrelated. Bilateral subcortical frontal lesions are not the typical presentation for MS lesions, but there are atypical presentations. Since the description fails to talk about the shape, size, or orientation of the lesions, it it difficult to say much more, Hyperintensities in the sinuses are pretty common and are typically mucus retention cysts. Since you had an MRA done, I would expect that your MRA and MRI would have been read together by a Neuroradiologist, but the portion of the report you quoted seems to lack the neuroanatomical landmaks and terminology typically used by neuroradiologists.
I guess you will need to go over the images with your neurologist.
The doc that did the report is an attending neurologist and specializes in neuroimaging. I don't know what that means, but I don't see radiology anywhere in his credentials. Is that the neuroimaging?
Kind of. There are Imaging doctors that have a sub-specialty in neuroimaging called Neuroradiolgists. In Neurology, there are subspecialties in Electrodiagnostics, Neuro-Ophthalmology, and Neuroimaging.
Thx much for your responses!!