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Multiple Sclerosis

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix (2009)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis

History: 28 y.o. woman with variable signs and symptoms for two years.

Findings: Multiple variable sized abnormal white-matter hyperintensities, many in the periventricular region. There is marked thinning of the posterior body of the corpus callosum.

Ddx: • Multiple Sclerosis • Lyme Disease - Borreliosis • Hypertensive Vasculopathy

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical

No MeSH data available.


The brain demonstrates multiple areas of periventricular and lower central semiovale white matter signal intensity abnormality compatible with the patient's history of MS. These are most prominently seen in the right periatrial region and the periventricular region adjacent to the left frontal horn. There is no evidence of lesions involving the optic nerve or tract and with no abnormal enhancement.
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MPX1903_synpic368: The brain demonstrates multiple areas of periventricular and lower central semiovale white matter signal intensity abnormality compatible with the patient's history of MS. These are most prominently seen in the right periatrial region and the periventricular region adjacent to the left frontal horn. There is no evidence of lesions involving the optic nerve or tract and with no abnormal enhancement.


Multiple Sclerosis

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix (2009)

The brain demonstrates multiple areas of periventricular and lower central semiovale white matter signal intensity abnormality compatible with the patient's history of MS. These are most prominently seen in the right periatrial region and the periventricular region adjacent to the left frontal horn. There is no evidence of lesions involving the optic nerve or tract and with no abnormal enhancement.
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MPX1903_synpic368: The brain demonstrates multiple areas of periventricular and lower central semiovale white matter signal intensity abnormality compatible with the patient's history of MS. These are most prominently seen in the right periatrial region and the periventricular region adjacent to the left frontal horn. There is no evidence of lesions involving the optic nerve or tract and with no abnormal enhancement.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis

History: 28 y.o. woman with variable signs and symptoms for two years.

Findings: Multiple variable sized abnormal white-matter hyperintensities, many in the periventricular region. There is marked thinning of the posterior body of the corpus callosum.

Ddx: • Multiple Sclerosis • Lyme Disease - Borreliosis • Hypertensive Vasculopathy

Dxhow: Imaging and clinical

No MeSH data available.