Hello! I went to a neurologist a while ago for headaches and dizziness. I had an mri done, and, when I saw the images, I thought I saw something weird on it. I know that brain MRI's aren't always going to be symmetrical, but there was a pretty significant bright spot, over a centimeter tall and at least half a centimeter wide (according to the scale provided on the disc). I asked the neurologist about it, and, at first, he just shrugged and said that the spot was "in an area that was not his area of study." During a follow up visit, he said that the radiologist said it was just a fat, and, again, shrugged it off. I'm sure I'm just being paranoid, but I didn't think that fat was supposed to grow in the brain, especially not on that scale. So, I was just wondering if a significant growth like that was normal or not?