Just posting this to let you all know that the last MRI, which I did last week, was good! Perfusion test was perfect, and the MRI is better all around, FLAIR weaker, almost all pure black and no suspicious areas, besides one pesky spot, around 1,5cm, which presents a choline peak on the spectroscopy.
On the first MRI post surgery, there were two spots next to each other. One vanished over time, and this one just faded a little bit on the MRI, but still shows on the spectroscopy. In conclusion, that sucker has been there all the time, but never progressed, just faded a bit, going to a grayer color.
Does a choline peak necessarily indicate residual tumoral cells? For what´ve read that´s the rule, and my neuro didn´t want to give me exact numbers on the possibility. Do you guys think there still hope that it could be my damaged, but hopefully healthy, healing brain?