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Thanks for the information. I am not a UK doctor. Will opt out and let the other doctors interact
This is Dr. David
why do you say an MRI scan would have shown a pale optic nerve?
I look at brain MRI scans all the time
are you trying to inturpret a brain MRI scan image on your own?
what US doctor said you had a pail optic nerve on MRI scan.
that is not a term we use for the optic nerve on MRI scans.
I am a cancer doctor, radiation oncologist.
opthalmologist don't read MRI scans of the brain too often.
I think you are getting a run around from a doctor in the USA about this MRI scan and pale optic nerve.
I don't think we have a neuro opthalmoloist here online
then you have to wait for Dan B