I recently saw a neurologist because I can't raise my right eyebrow or my forehead above the eyebrow. I have some aging lines on my left side so it has been like this for some time. He suggested I get an MRI, but thought I was probably born that way. I got an MRI and it said: 1. NO acute intracranial findings. 2. A 10 mm non-enhancing T2 hyperintense lesion was found in the right parietal lobe. It could represent small area of remote ischemia or a small area of gliosis; however non enhancing malignancy cannot be excluded. The lesion also has no mass effect or adjacent edema.
I have an idea what most of that means. It sounds like it probably isn't a tumor, but I'm wondering about early signs of MS. They want me to have another MRI in three months to see if there is progression. Any thoughts? Thanks.