My friend had a brain MRI done a couple weeks ago, and couldn't afford the return visit to get the results. I saw someone here had a similar question, about explaining the results in "laymen's term", and wondered if I might get the same. There are two parts of it that sounds like something was found, and it reads like this:
1. Narrowing of the left cavernous carotid artery.
2. Numerous foci of T2/FLAIR signal in the periventricular and subcortical white matter that are nonspecific, but could be related to demyelinating disease, vasculitis, microvascular ischemic changes, or the sequela of a prior infectious/inflamitory process.
ANY HELP UNDERSTANDING THIS WOULD BE APPRECIATED!http://www.spine-health.com/forum/announcements/spine-health-announcements/mri-reports-why-we-cant-advise