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Foci of Ischemia or Gliosis

Had a MRI done a few months back, having bad headaches. Doctor read the MRI finding and told me not to worry. I've been looking at some of the finding and well I'm kind of worried. Here's the MRI:

IMPRESSION: No evidence of acute infarct, hemorrhage or mass effect. Periventricular white matter small vessel ischemic changes with scattered foci of abnormal signal intensity in the white matter which may represent foci of ischemia or gliosis. Less likely this may represent demyelination. Followup examination is suggested in 3-6 months.
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