It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Back Problems Board Index
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Showing 21 - 40 of 216 for interpret mri. (0.010 seconds)

... Of course I'm not a doctor, but, just so you know, just because a doctor might say an MRI shows nothing wrong, it does not necessarily mean nothing is wrong. MRI's do not always show everything for one. ... (6 replies)
... asking for it. Once she saw the MRI report, she immediately referred me to a pain manager at a local hospital. ... (12 replies)
... Basically, your first MRI says there there is a little facet arthritis in the lumbar spine and a slight disc bulge. ... (23 replies)

... I noticed some people on this Board listed the results of their MRI and were told what it meant. And I am wondering if someone could help me with mine, since no doctor will even look at mine. ... (1 replies)
... The MRI radiology report does not indicate that a screw is penetrating the spinal canal...but, that there is an artifact from pedicle screws. ... (8 replies)
... that subject. It upsets me that my doctor didn't look into this further about two years ago when I mentioned to him again about my back hurting. Back then if an MRI had been done and surgery recommended, we had insurance and I would have done it. Now I kind of feel like my hands are tied. ... (6 replies)
... So I asked him to fax me a copy of the MRI. I know I'm not a dr but to me the MRI doesn't say anything so devastating. ... (12 replies)
... ars that what shows up in the radiology report definitly DOES NOT always reaveal what is going on,and alot of this depends on just how the radiologist decides to interpret the films. ... (13 replies)
MRI Results
Jul 21, 2003
... My family doctor called with the MRI results today. I don't have the actual report, but I will have it tomorrow. He gave me a run down on what it said. ... (3 replies)
... Keep in mind that the MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. And the report only indicates the "highlights" of the MRI. ... (1 replies)
... If any one can read and kinda interpret this for me that would be awesome. ... (1 replies)
... Then there are the annular tears which can also cause pain that is not necessarily seen on MRI because there is no nerve compression. ... (11 replies)
... on the MRI that may be indicative of a small pocket of synovial fluid or perhaps something from a prior injection... ... (3 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post. I am not really sure if I posted this in the right place. I need help reading my MRI so I am more prepared to talk with my doctor at my appointment this week, so any feedback would be appreciated :) Sorry in advance for the long post. I am a 26 yr. old female. I started having pain in my left hip a year and a half ago. Both hips bother me now,... (3 replies)
... I had trouble accessing the photos of the MRI. I am not sure if I would have been able to comment on the actual films. I can usually interpret and understand the report as read by the radiologist. ... (12 replies)
... elped a bit, but soreness never went away, the shots are wearing off now after 2 weeks and I don't go back for 3 weeks to see Ortho. So if someone could help me interpret these results and suggest anything I would appreciate it. The pain hurts when I lie down or sit, sometimes walking helps, but not much. ... (9 replies)
... First, thank you for your service, and welcome to the board. I can give you a general idea of what the wording of your MRI indicates, but know that the MRI is but one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, and welcome to the board, tho I am sorry you can't get your MRI findings given to you by the doctor. What kind of dr. ordered the MRI? ... (4 replies)
... s devoted mainly to the spine. This doesn't mean you have to have surgery, but it does mean you will be under the care of a doctor who best knows how to read and interpret your MRI findings. There are things short of surgery that might be helpful, but in any case, the doctor will be able to discuss possible options.. ... (4 replies)
... best. Therefore, i'd be inclined to go with the MRI. Having said that, often the reports come down to the ability of the radiologist to interpret them. What's a bulge to some, is a herniation to others... ... (10 replies)

Associated Tags: back, conflicting mri reports, injury, lower back pain, mri, mri results, pain, spine injury

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 01:33 PM.

© 2020 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!