Hello, three years back I was suffering from tremors in my left hand. my thumb would twitch uncontrollably along with other fingers. The neurologist asked to do a Nerve Conduction velocity test. test suggested peripherial neuropathy. The doctor suggested not to worry and said it will be ok itself.
however two years back I started having more of this thumb tremors and again went to a different neurologist. This time I was suggested for a MRI scan of brain. the following is the report. I want to know what exatly this means as the doctor gave me Betasav TR 80 MG, Actapalm MD 0.5 and escatalent plus for the result.
MRI report -
Findings - There is evidence of few discrete ovoid areas of abnormal altered signal intensity seen involving the subcortical white matter of left frontal love. these appear hyperintensities on t2w1 and flair, no perifocal edema seen.
Impressions - MRI of brain reveals Non specific white matter hyperintensities left frontal lobe. Suggests clinico pathological correlation.