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    Posted by MRI Guy on 3/10/10

    Yes, an MRI will be definitive.

    On 3/01/10, N.J. wrote:
    > From 1999 to 2003, my daughter and I were exposed to toxic
    > mold. During that time, I developed Chronic Fatigue
    > Sydrome, Fibromyalgia, severe cognitive impairment and
    > short term memory loss. I still battle insomnia, depression
    > and anxiety everyday. It takes me several hours just to
    > write a few paragraphs. My speech is dyslexic and I can't
    > do simple things like coping documents on a copying machine
    > without getting confused and disoriented. I cannot function
    > under stress at all. My brain shuts down and I go into a
    > tailspin. I am 57 years old and I have lost the quality of
    > my life due to toxic mold exposure. I have not been able to
    > work since 2002. In 2005, I applied for SSDI and was
    > denied. I appealed it many times, but I was still denied. I
    > have since re-applied for SSI and SSDI and I have a hearing
    > coming up in late March. Does anyone know if an MRI would
    > show and/or "PROVE" that I truly suffer with severe
    > conitive impairment and short term memory loss? I live in
    > Riverside,California. Thank you for your help!

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