I was just diagnosed with epilepsy seizure In July so still really new to all this. Had mri done and they sent me results wish they would not do that lol. I don’t go back to doctor for few weeks was working if anyone knows what this means.
There is an abnormality of the right hippocampal formation. Ventrally, the hippocampal
head and proximal body are symmetric and normal in appearance. At approximately
the mid body, reference coronal T2 image 14, the right hippocampus takes on
a more bulbous configuration with architectural distortion. Distal to this,
the remainder of the hippocampal body and tail has diminished volume relative
to the right with additional prominent and tubular, compensatory appearing
fimbria along the lateral margin of the hippocampus as depicted on coronal
T2 images 10 through 7. There is no elevated signal to support hippocampal
sclerosis and overall configuration suggests a developmental abnormality with
perhaps a small region of cortical dysplasia not excluded along the mid body
of the hippocampus (coronal T2 image 14), less likely mass lesion. Overall,
the axial appearance on T2 and FLAIR imaging is stable compared to previous
exam of 8/6/2018.
There is no acute infarction, midline shift, hydrocephalus, or mass effect.
A few scattered supratentorial white matter hyperintensities are stable.
No abnormal enhancement. Anticipated flow voids are maintained.
Disorganized appearance of the right hippocampal formation which has a bulbous
configuration along the mid body with architectural distortion and distal volume
loss of the distal body and tail. Compensatory appearing prominence of the
fimbria along the lateral hippocampal margin. No elevated signal to support
hippocampal sclerosis and this is likely developmental in nature. Potential
focal region of dysplasia along the mid hippocampal body not excluded.