Two mounths ago I got the open brain MRI result saying that I have several nonspesific punctuate flair within both frontoperital lobs primerly peripheral in distribution.
My age is 37 and the radiologist stated that in my age this findings are atypical.
In the impression he added this
Tiny scattered frontoperital flair hyperintensities are distributed largely peripheral. In this pationet with this age with this MRI it could be due to variety of etiologies. Such as inflammation, vascular, demyelinating and not completely excluding Vasculities.