Letter to my G.P. relating to the results of my recent MRI Scan:
I am writing to let you know that I have received the report of this gentleman's MRI cervical spine.
The sagittal images did show a couple of patchy areas of signal alteration, although these were subtle and it was not sure whether these represented demyelination of were just an artefact.
There were also some mild musculoskeletal changes, as we would expect in a man of his age.
The chest x-ray was normal and did not show any evidence of sarcoidosis.
I did give the patient some blood test forms to have an extensive blood screen but unfortunately those do not seem to be available to me here.
It is possible that he may have had them done with you and they were analysed in a lab different to ours.
If you have the results of his blood tests I would be grateful if you could forward them to both myself and Dr. H.
I have heard back from Dr. A that for disease modifying therapies for MS the patient would need to be seen by the MS team in S for assessment and initiation.
I will therefore refer the patient to see Dr. H in S.
Must get around to having those blood tests done.