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... Hi all, new guy here after seeing the doc today to discuss MRI results. I think I need a second opinion because he said there's no way to fix this. ... (9 replies)
... I am not a physician, so take my comments below with a grain of salt. However, I've researched my own back problems extensively, including MRI reports, so what I say is probably at least in the ballpark of accuracy. ... (4 replies)
Collapsed disc
Jul 13, 2010
... Your MRI findings will help you and will help us explain as much as we can. ... (12 replies)

... Do you mean you saw it on the first MRI and now it was not visible? ... (12 replies)
... the only problem i see to get an app with him is you have to have very advanced spinal problems. When i called they asked me to send them resent MRI reports. ... (22 replies)
... That's a lot of questions! I'm not sure where to begin...but I will start with "am I falling apart?" When spinal issues begin, it often seems that way. It is actually not unusual to develop cervical and lumbar issues at the same time -- and this makes sense since all the discs are structured alike...and the processes that affect one area affects all the discs. Another... (14 replies)
... I could maybe ask About another MRI but they are not readily given over here. At least if I can get a bit more support from docs it would be a start. ... (5 replies)
... em as well to see if it's an option. While there are many therapies out there, much of the success of a therapy depends on the person's exact medical condition, MRI reports, etc. ... (12 replies)
... You must see other opinions, make sure you take all your pictures and reports to another independent Dr in a different group. ... (25 replies)
... or xrays. These reports are quite detailed, and the radiologist will specifically say whether certain things have been found. ... (185 replies)
... records, though most of that is from before surgery and just after when I was doing pretty good. Now had I been seeing them thru my insurance where the PT sends reports to my docs, it would have been noted everytime I had pain or a new problem. ... (19 replies)
... Hi nitewriter, Take all PERTINENT information that is favorable to your case. As an example....I did not take my MRI film because it "only showed a mild bulge", while I brought my discogram/CT scan because it showed the herniation, the 2 ruptured disks, a fissure and tears. I also brought my doctor's most up-to-date and my surgeon's most up-to-date reports. I brought the... (4 replies)
... or surrounding structures. A myelogram examination assists your doctor in making a diagnosis. The radiologist interprets the information from the procedure and reports it to your doctor, who in turn will discuss the report with you. ... (15 replies)
EMG Report
Mar 28, 2013
... cal attention you can bring those records with you. But its funny I had this conversation with my niece this week about keeping records. Her doctor keeps all the MRI films and reports. I was surprised that the doctor would keep the MRI films, now adays they tend to return it to the patient. ... (46 replies)
Nerve pain
Nov 3, 2015
... First I find it helpful to know that most radiology reports of the spine use specific words to give some idea of "how bad" a particular issue is. ... (2 replies)
... Hi cabosans, I have no idea what facet perch or free means but the dr sometimes has a different opinion of the MRI results than what the radiologist reports,for example the neurosurgeon may consider the foraminal narrowing more or less severe coupling the results of the films with a hands on neurological or exam or may see something that relates to your symptoms that the... (1 replies)
... Thank you so much for your kind words. I finally got my dr notes and mri copies and will be seeking to get second and third opinions. I too feel that this RFA is not working. ... (5 replies)
... Went to physical therapy for Right shoulder, no help, sent to MRI and eval, Dr. ... (3 replies)
... you feel a little nutty. To say "yeah its achy there, stabbing there, burning there, more stabbing over here, heavy pressure here" . Luckily I have my MRI's with reports to back me up...if not I think I would just sound whiny. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Shawley- Sorry about the news. I had a fusion L4-5 in March 2005 - My recovery was rocky and except for a brief period of bliss in the fall - I have had continuous pain and a loss of ability. I have done a huge amount of research, have studied my own xrays and MRIs and I still could not tell you what a good fusion would look like. I never found a single example on... (3 replies)


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