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what does extra axial spaces being found on an mri supposed to mean? my mri from last july says its normal for aging...are these accidental lesions,tumors? I also have secondary hypogonadism that i was diagnosed last year so im just curious if this is the issue surrounding my low testosterone and my pituatary gland having a tumor that the doctor overlooked by mistake? does this seem like a connection and my doctor is not letting me know about this because all these medical science terms boggle me and leave me feeling paranoid which could contribute to my extreme derealization sensations from the low t and the problems in the brain from not producing the natural hormone especially if a pituatary tumor isnt being recognized, anybody have any input?

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