Here is My Question:
On my last MRI it looks like one cervical lesion has disappeared (it was already less visible on the MRI 6 months ago). What does this mean?
As people with MS recover from acute inflammation, the areas involved become smaller and less noticeable on MRI; at times they improve so much that you can no longer differentiate the abnormal region from normal regions on the MRI. This is usually a good thing. Congrats!
Rip Kinkel, MD
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