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Hyperintense Lesion T2?

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A hyperintense lesion on the kidney is a bright, white spot visible on certain types of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. These lesions can also be found on the brain, spinal cord and liver among other areas and can be related to multiple sclerosis, dementia, diabetes or simple aging.
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Kidney lesions can be caused by a bad renal infection or even scar tissue left from a previous surgery. Kidney cancer can also cause kidney lesions.
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T2 is a type of MRI imaging technique in which TE and TR (Echo time and Repetition time) are longer and the image's contrast and brightness is determined specifically by T2 signals.
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In the long run it doesn't mean a thing. Your headaches are caused by tight neck muscles, something that doesn't show up on scans so they will go undiagnosed. Your neck muscles go
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Its a lesion on your kidney. A lesion is any abnormal tissue found on or in an organism, usually damaged by disease or trauma. Lesion is derived from the Latin word laesio which means
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