So he's sending me to a neurologist.
I couldn't ask my doctor much as he isn't very good at explaining things, but he did say something about a syndrome.
Since you've not mentioned your general health, your age, or education, I'd advise you to not try and read the MRI report. Frequently, precise anatomical words used in such a report are meaningless to the average patient, who probably lacks any knowledge of neuroanatomy and thus any attempt to read the MRI report may frighten him/her.
Instead, ask the neurologist about your specific diagnosis. When you visit the Neurology Dept on your next trip, take another adult with you, who could perhaps take notes during the session.
Also bring a list of any questions that you'd like to have answered.
Try not to worry, try to remain calm.