When I spoke to neurology about the MRI results, they told me they were sending the report to the pediatrician and to follow-up with her as the next steps would be handled by Izzy's PCP. So yesterday we set off to see the doctor :p The nurse gave her stickers while we were waiting so first she hid under the exam table with them:
So, there were a few things on the MRI report. First, it appears there's some abnormalities with her pineal which I'm told regulates the production of melatonin. This might explain why she's a poor sleeper :p But its "normal" enough that there are no recommended treatment plans at this time.
Then there's the Rathke's cleft cyst. Recommendation is to run an endocrine panel (which her doc already had an order written up and we went for that lab draw after the appointment) and to also, at some point, get an MRI with and without contrast of the pituitary gland.
There is also some concern about the myelination in her brain and they are asking we do another MRI in one year to check her growth and development and make sure the myelin sheaths are where they are supposed to be.
Now, Iz is not showing any outward signs of a problem with the pituitary gland but we have a pretty good track record of "just in case" checks turning up a problem so we are going to go ahead her endocrine function. If any of the numbers are off, she will be referred to an endocrinologist and we will set up the MRI of her pituitary gland. If her numbers are fine, we will wait on the pituitary gland MRI until it can be combined with the one in a year for the myelin. Unless some problem develops, of course.
So now we just wait to see what her labwork says!