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A MRI must always be interpreted in the light of clinical findings and history of symptoms the patients have. White matter lesions can be seen in numerous conditions and are more commonly seen in older patients. They probably are indications of the smaller caliber blood vessels in the brain showing signs of decreased blood flow. Hence these white matter abnormalities on MRI are more commonly seen in patients who have a history of hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol. White matter changes on MRI may also be seen in patients who have infectious and other inflammatory conditions and in patients with a history of migraine headaches.
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