details of MRI reports as requested - the scan was done in May 2013 without contrast.
1st from imaging consultant. - A few non-specific bright T2W and FLAIR white matter lesions are seen in each cerebral hemisphere. Lesions seen bilaterally in the insular subcortical white matter and a few small lesions involve corona radiata on each side. These lesions are non-specific in appearance. Thay are not necessarily of clinical significance, however Demyelation is a possibility.
2nd - reveiw of same MRI from 2nd Consultant Nuerologist I saw who diagnosed Migraine Aura - showed 3 high signal lesions on FLAIR and 6 or 7 on T2 in the hemisphXXXXX XXXXX matter (half the ones in T2 were peivascular spaces). The cervical thoracic cord appears normal.
Something I didn't mention yesterday is that I also get quite a sever tremor and random buzzing nerve pain in various parts of my body.
I also mentioned some positive blood test results which are "positive anti-nuclear antibody which is centromere pattern of 1:640."
I have been told since that for these results anything over 1:340 should be investigated.
I have also had 2 EMG tests relating to the loss of feeling in my leg, these as expected confirmed deep nerve root damage at L5 which is irreversable.
Thank you for your time, I hope you can help.