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T2 FLAIR hyperintensity leisions? Or micro vascular ischemic change?

I've had leg weakness with inability to walk far and use of a rolling walker for a year now...also arm/hand weakness with dropping of objects and writing has changed. my MRI results found "A
few scattered foci of T2 FLAIR hyperintensity are seen in the periventricular
and subcortical white matter, which are nonspecific, but may represent
chronic microvascular ischemic change. There is minimal global parenchymal
volume loss. The sellar/suprasellar regions appear unremarkable. "

Could this be MS? Or will my next step see a Cardiologist?
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