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Went to the ER after I hit my head last week. The radiologist’s report of course says that it was clear of any issues. There were lots of white spots in the subarachnoid space though. Anybody have ideas? Calcium deposits? Demyelinations? Blood or hemorrhaging? Scarring from glial cells? Normal variants… all along the veins?
I have EDS, hyperadrenic POTS, mast cell, intercranial hypertension, tethered cord, and lots and lots of other co-morbid conditions.
I have them too. I also have a Tethered cord,Transverse Myelitis and Mastocytosis.I have been told that they are not lesions,but scarring(?)maybe from Migraines,viruses etc….??? I have to have a full MRI every year to see if anything has changed due to suspicion of MS(01′)Three proteins in my MS profile were elevated. A flare with Myelitis can cause these symptoms as well as the ever chaotic Masto!:sick:
Well, I have chaotic masto and lots of fluid in the subarachnoid space. Hmmm…
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