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Lesion Locations

Lesion Locations

I hear people saying that they have a certain symptom because of the location of a lesion. Does anyone have a "roadmap" of what symptoms a person can have in direct correlation to lesion placement?

posted March 20, 2016
A MyMSTeam Member

I don't have one, but I know doctors must know because my neurologist gave me a specific list of symptoms I could have including location for a lesion on my c spine.

posted March 20, 2016
A MyMSTeam Member

I 1/2016, after changing to a new Nuero, I received a brain / spine map explaining how lesions in certain areas affect certain things. I really needed and wanted this paper. I am one of those people who doesn't normally exhibit symptoms of MS. My disease is invisible, except for to me. Send me some how to send it to you and I will. It is super informative and was a total " I get it now " moment. Sharon

posted June 13, 2016
A MyMSTeam Member

Rain, I can't fiquire out your email. But can FAX, email or test to u

posted July 7, 2016
A MyMSTeam Member

I would love to see it. Is there anyway you could share it a topic on here?

posted June 29, 2020
A MyMSTeam Member

Hi Rain, I know you posted your answer a while ago but I’d love a copy of this ‘road map’. My email is (Email address can only be seen by the question and answer creators)
Thank

posted April 27, 2020

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