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... Your MRI report is very vague. Hemangiomas are on something...bone, nerve tissue, the cord itself...and it doesn't say what the hemangioma is part of. If it's on the vertebral bone, most docs will leave them alone and just watch them as they usually stop growing and shrink back. ... (5 replies)
... C7. There is no acute compression fracture. Vertebral alignment is normal. Theie is an accentuatet focal cervicothoracic kypshosic at the cervicothroacic juntion. ... (34 replies)
... S1 disc is also associated with very minimal annular degeneration but no disc bulge. Please note that the L5 vertebrate body appears to be a transitional type vertebral body with a pseudoarthrosis evident between the left elongated transverse process and the left sacroiliac joint. ... (0 replies)

... The lumbar lordosis is normal. There is no loss of vertebral body height. ... (4 replies)
MRI results
Jul 5, 2012
... t8 level with mild flattening of the left aspect of the spinal cord. Small hemangioma within t7 vertebral body and degenerative changes. My cervical spine has bulges in all of them except last one and is reversed. ... (16 replies)
... weighted images, is noted and stable at C6 vertebral body consistent with an incidental hemangioma. ... (6 replies)
... There is satisfactory alignment. The vertebral body heights are preserved. ... (16 replies)
... There is mild ventral wedging of the t12 and l1 vertebral bodies in which appears chronic. ... (5 replies)
... There is mild ventral wedging of the t12 and i1 vertebral bodies in which appears chronic. ... (0 replies)
... with minor indentation of the thecal sac. at c7 there is a small circular lesion in the vertebral body that is hypointense on t1 and hyperintense on t2. no cerebral or tonsillar herniation seen. ... (2 replies)
... There is straightening of the normal lordortic curvature of the cervical spine. The bone marrow signal intensity is within normal limits except presumed hemangioma at the anterior aspect of T3 vertebral body. ... (4 replies)
Reading MRI
Oct 13, 2011
... I have had previous MRI's looking for MS but had B12 def. and lots of herniated discs in past, L5-S1 had surgery successfully 14 years ago. I suffered an injury 5 months ago that caused lots of pain, esp shoulder pain that I ended up in bed over, for the most part hoping I could ignore it away. I sought advice from my Dr who wanted to send me to surgeon but I insisted on... (6 replies)
... The hemangioma is a small, benign tumor that usually doesn't cause any problems...he mentions it as an incidental finding... ... (2 replies)
... There is abnormal high signal intensity on T1 and T2 weighted images within the S3 vertebral body which is unchanged from the previous study and is felt to be a benign hemangioma". ... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone: I posted here a couple of weeks ago with some questions about my scheduled MRI. I wanted to post my MRI results to see if anyone has any insights - I so appreciate and respect everyone's personal experiences and advice. I'll share the results of the MRI that were discussed at my follow-up appointment: Disc bulge at the L4-L5 level Benign... (7 replies)
... no intradural or extradural mass lesions,bone marrow sgnal intesity is normal,postsurgical changes are noted ,a hemangioma is noted within the left posterior aspect of the l3 vertebral body . ... (3 replies)
... no intradural or extradural mass lesions,bone marrow sgnal intesity is normal,postsurgical changes are noted ,a hemangioma is noted within the left posterior aspect of the l3 vertebral body . ... (5 replies)
... the T12 vertebral body displays diffusely abnormal T1 and T2 hyperintense bone marrow signal, but shows normal contour with no bony erosion or expansion. ... (0 replies)
... STIR signal hyperintense lesion is noted within the posterior aspect of the T7 vertebral body. This lesion is isointense on the T1 sequence. No additional osseous lesions are visible. No disc or paraspinal edema is noted. ... (0 replies)
... T2 hyperintense lesion in the L3 vertebral body most likley a hemangioma. The conus terminates normally at theL1 level. ... (0 replies)


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