Hello community,

I got a free MRI from my head when volunteering in a study with visual stimuli. The (engineering) student, quite accessible gave me my images but, since he was not a trained medical professional he did not offered any further remarks.

I don't have any symptoms that I am aware of but I was just wondering if you could take a look to the images and point out if there is something to look for or if everything looks normal.

I have put all images in this accessible folder:

[image link removed]/drive/folders/11FtSLqXLj9GZDc1Ls0 H3utKfy2nJk5YZ

Thank you in advance
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replied January 4th, 2019
Hello and welcome

I appreciate your concern

The quality of the scan is not very good. However, based on the images uploaded, there are no significant changes in the MR and it appears to be a normal MRI. However, Prominent cerebral sulci are present. A radiologist should be consulted to determine, if indeed they fit the criteria for cerebral atrophy.

Wishing you best of health


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