I would like an opinion,what I have read is that the white spots are brain lesions,this is the first year that these white spots have shown up in an MRI, I have had an MRI five times since 2000 checking for the return of the brain tumor. I am very concerned about my health and need answers.Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
You didnât tell me the original radiologistâs interpretation of those âwhite spotsâ seen on the brain MRI scan. Meningioma is usually a benign tumor and if removed completely it should not reoccur (recidive). You need an expert-radiologist to interpret those âwhite spotsâ on the brain MRI scan.
Many brain disorders (tumor, infection, vascular insult, MSâ¦) can be manifested with âwhite spotsâ on the MRI-scan. The same disorders can also cause seizures.
You need to consult a neurologist, neurosurgeon, and radiologist about your problem.
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