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Question by  worker8361 (21)

If there are spots on your brain in an MRI, what could they be?

I'm tired of waiting for my test results.


Answer by  muh4mm4d (28)

Acute parenchymal Hemorrhage, Aneurysm, Hemorrhagic infarction, Bland infarction, Neoplasm, primary or metastatic, Infection/abscess, Immunosuppressed with focal findings, Vascular malformation, Demyelinating disease, Cranial neuropathy, Meningeal disease, Shear injury/chronic hemorrhage, Dementia, Subarachnoid hemorrhage, White matter disorders, Partial complex/refractory Seizure, Brain Tumors, Ischemic Stroke, Seizures and Epilepsy, Focal encephalitis, Paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration, Concussion.


Answer by  Elmore (124)

Calcium deposits look like spots on an MRI. Vitamin deficiencies, herniated discs in the neck, and even age can cause lesions that look like spots.


Answer by  Bobinski (1652)

Spots on the brain found during an MRI could be a symptom of MS. The spots also will show up in older people with headaches and high blood pressure.


Answer by  Turkinator (29)

Spots on your brain could be benign lesions or brain tumors. It takes years of medical school and advanced training for a radiologist to be able to tell the difference.

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