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i have MRI which shows Lesions disseminated in time and space

iv had multiple lesion show in MRI new Dr refuses to get my MRI scans or follow up  I have old lesions T2 C3 and in Corpus callosum
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987762 tn?1331027953
Hi and welcome,

I'm sorry i'd don't understand what your question is, do you have a question......??

I hopefully can help you make sense of your situation if you could provide more background information......JJ
Iv been told by a neurologist it possible MS with lesions on brain and spine which are disseminated in both time and space (McDonald criteria 2017! Definition means it’s ms) but new dr (not a neuro..!)Refused to agree and says it’s Siatica Iv tried to get second opinion but dr won’t let me have another mri insisting he knows Better
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Getting a neurologist would be a start. Preferably a MS specialist. While it sounds like it could likely be MS, there are mimics. A FULL MS workup might also be helpful. I also have multiple lesions, but in deep white matter, that are classic MS Dawson's fingers. There are other tests that can be performed to help confirm your case is MS or something else. A lumbar puncture (spinal fluid), EVP & lots of blood work are part of a MS workup.

GOOD LUCK, I know you want, and need answers.

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