I need a professional medical article, describing an unsolved rare medical case, so medical doctors and professors will pay attention and read it. My own writing clearly shows I'm a layperson in that matter, and medical doctors don't take that writing seriously. This rare and still unsolved medical case is described in detail at www.RolfBertram.me/MRI, with MRI screenshots, Sx list, DDx guesses, and medical research links that might explain the health issue. I need some help to identify the lesions marked in the screenshots, and help in explaining how the MRIs relate to the symptoms. I expect some to be normal, some are blood vessels, others might be something else. The list of symptoms and the correlation with the MRI images so far is quite amazing. However, most radiologists read all the shown MRIs as normal, probably because they are not used to rare cases. They simply assume the initial MRI reports, all being negative, are correct. So, if you are really interested in rare cases (like the one's from the Dr. House TV show), have experience in reading MRIs, and writing professional medical articles, you might be the right person to help me creating this article. It will replace what's shown on my website, and it will be used to present the case to medical doctors to help them diagnose the problem with probably further diagnostic tests. After the article is final, it needs to be updated each time a new medical diagnostic tests adds more clues to solving the case. This might happen every few months after a new MRI study for example.