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I've got my brain MRI report and my anxiety is really high

I've been dealing with problems with tremor. I'm 24 years old male. The full report will be below but this part really cached my attention.

"Perivascular distances were observed to be wide in the bilateral centrum semiovale."

I'm waiting for the next week for seeing the doctor but I have anxiety problems, so I came here to ask what it looks like. If any further information needed, I can provide.


The fourth ventricle is of normal size and configuration. Basal cisterns are clear.
Vermis is in natural signal intensity and formation.
Pons, bulbus, mesencephalon and basal ganglia are normal.
Perivascular distances were observed to be wide in the bilateral centrum semiovale.
Cerebellar gray-white matter separation is normal and no pathological signal recording was detected.
The corpus callosum is in normal signal intensity and formation.
No pericallosal pathology was detected.
The ventricular system is of normal width.
No deviation was observed in midline structures.
There was no finding in favor of thrombus in the dural sinuses.
No pathological signal is observed in the temporal bone compartments.
T2 hyperintense signal changes consistent with sinusitis were observed in bilateral ethmoidal cellularities.
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