We were told my husband has PSP in September 2010 after an MRI scan and various other tests. In April this year we had a routine appointment with the same neurologist. After the consultation he said he could now confirm my husband did have PSP (we weren't told there was any doubt). He made an appointment for Colin to have an MRI scan to check on progress of deteriation of the brain since 2010. Today we received a copy of a letter sent to our GP. It said,
"Your patient's brain MRI scan shows mild global cerebral atrophy but without any typical features of PSP. While this does not exclude the diagnosis, the imaging has not identified any other potentially treatable pathology."
That was all it said. Colin has all the symptoms of PSP. Can anyone put this in plain English for us please? PSP or not PSP?