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... i recently had a fall at work and had a mri done and the results read as follows, i hope someone can help interpret them. ... (4 replies)
... I'm sorry your MRI results came back with so many things. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone, FINALLY got mri results. ... (3 replies)

... What do you mean by being unable to get the doctors to interpret the MRI? ... (7 replies)
... Hello all Health Boards members. I have attempted to interpret these MRI reports in the past and present and still am without resolution. ... (7 replies)
... but I saw someone new last week and was sent for an MRI. I see the doctor tomorrow, but have the results page in front of me and was wondering if anyone can help interpret it. ... (3 replies)
... Can anyone please interpret these resultsfor me? ... (5 replies)
MRI Understanding
Oct 24, 2013
... Because my insurance ran out the doctor has not made any suggestions as to what to do. He just gives pain medicine. Can someone interpret these results? ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am experiencing almost the exact same symptoms as you, my discs are bulging in L3&4 & L5. I have sciatica as well and as long as the discs continue to bulge and if I continue to "over do it" as you said, my sciatica will continue, my discs will herniate and my pain will continue and/or increase. It gets worse not better, I am loath to report! I have been dealing with... (11 replies)
... As to just being diagnosed, I dont have insurance so this is the first thoracic MRI I have had a chance to get. I dont know if its considered a diagnoses yet. This is just the radiologist's findings. ... (4 replies)
... As to just being diagnosed, I dont have insurance so this is the first thoracic MRI I have had a chance to get. I dont know if its considered a diagnoses yet. This is just the radiologist's findings. ... (4 replies)
... Keep in mind that the MRI is just one pieces of the puzzle. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 33 year old man with chronic middle back pain. Here are the results of my thoracic spine mri without contrast: Findings: Vertebral body heights: mild anterior wedging of T6-T11. And endplate irregularity. Disc spaces: T1-T6: disc desiccation without significant disc bulge, neural foraminal, or canal narrowing. T6-T7: Central disc protrusion with moderate indention... (4 replies)
... groin area down to my knee. This has been going on for over a year. I just had a discectomy surgery a month ago, but the pain is worse now then before. The MRI results from before the surgery are too confusing for me. Can someone help me interpret them please!!! ... (5 replies)
Mri results
Sep 7, 2012
... Could someone please help me interpret my MRI results? ... (0 replies)
... t the car. I was in so much pain. This lead me to go to a dr and get xrays, etc. They put me on an anti inflammatory and I've been on it ever since. I've had the MRI since then and am currently awaiting an appointment with a neurosurgeon. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry, I didn't see mention of MRI's. Anything recent, and particularly lumbar? I have some ability to interpret MRI's (likely no more than you, though, as you're a "veteran"). Other than that, I haven't got much to offer, other than that it would seem you need a new doc, unless he's just the latest in a string who have all told you the same thing. (11 replies)
... explanation, Teri. I have the same thing at T6,7,8 only I have herniated disks with cord compression with all of them. They actually look like slices of a pie on MRI if seen from the side. Wedges is right! The only pain I have is with the T7 nerve on the left side. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I'll take a stab at it, but bear in mind none of us have professional medical training, so comments are just based on personal experience....Also, there aren't that many people with thoracic issues, including myself, so it is an area I only have limited knowledge of. The thoracic area is more difficult to deal with due to its location. It is not... (2 replies)
... Hi, and welcome to the board, tho I am sorry you had to turn to an outside source to get the help you should have gotten from your doctor. Most GP's are not great at reading spinal MRI's so I urge you to see a spine specialist. There are 2 kinds...Orthopedic and Neurosurgeon...and they have a fellowship in spine training. They are the best at reading the results of your... (9 replies)


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