I am a 54yo woman who recently had a cranial MRI on account of increasing frequency of migraines and persistent headaches for a month. The Findings were as follows:
The ventricles and CSF spaces are normal for age . Diffusion-weighted imaging is normal. There is no evidence for haemorrhage, demyelination, ischaemia or mass. A few scattered T2 hyperintensities in the supratentorial white matter are non-specific but likely to represent minor microvascular ischaemic change. There is no surface collection. The craniocervical relationships are normal.
Incidental note is made of asymmetric pneumatisation of the anterior clinoids. The orbits and paranasal sinuses are normal.
Could you please tell me whether I should be concerned about the scattered T2 hyperintensities in the supratentorial white matter and/or the asymmetric pneumatisation of the anterior clinoids?
I have had several DVTs in my calf during my lifetime, none of which could be attributed to any specific cause. I have normal blood pressure and don't have diabetes. I don't smoke or drink alcohol. Occasionally my vision blurs, particularly in the morning, but I have put this down to the ageing process. I wear glasses for reading.
I'd appreciate your views.