What MS looks like in your brain

Image MS lesions on brain

Image brain slice with MS

Lesions on MRI image

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Lesions on MRI scan

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Image MS lesions on MRI scan

Midline sagittal MRI scans to illustrate subjects with relatively more (a) and less (b) atrophy


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  1. […] being a physical illness of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves, can cause damage on these parts, and hence create behavioural changes (and challenges). Also, side effects of […]

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  2. As a physician I appreciate you sharing these details. They can help other people early in the diagnosis better understand the medical lingo. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  3. Hi, could you let me know the source of the picture of the lesions with 3 white arrows is from.

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    1. Hi Joe, I was able to trace the image back to 2012 and to this blog: http://www.suddenlyms.com.

      I’ve had the image for a good while now, so I can’t remember where I got it (I presume it will be from a Google image search for lesions)

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      1. From doing a reverse image search, the image is a MS brain lesion

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  4. […] found this blog a very interesting read http://ireland-ms.com/2015/02/19/brain-2/ and shows the damage pretty […]

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