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Options after MRI
Jun 27, 2013
... facet joint complex that has homogeneous increased T2 signal and T1 hypointense signal, most likely reflecting a synovial or ganglion cyst. ... (3 replies)
... normal. The conus is normal in signal and terminates at the L1 level. ... (0 replies)
... ventral surface of thecal sac. ... (1 replies)

... on the outside of my right hip, and down the outside of my right leg to my knee. The doctor does not feel the SI joint injection is what is causing the pain. ... (1 replies)
... Although the bone marrow signal is somewhat heterogenous, more confluent diffuse low T1 low T2 signal is noted to the L5 vertebral body and sacrum. The conus terminates at L1. ... (0 replies)
... S1 without evidence of neural foraminal narrowing or stenosis and that there appears to be slight bulging of the discs with annular tears. ... (3 replies)
... uld help me interpret my Cervical Spine MRI results. My chiropractor ordered the MRI and I'm being referred to a neurosurgeon. I'm overwhelmed by the results of the MRI and would like to have a general idea of the severity of what's apparently going on in my neck. ... (4 replies)
... Minor degenerative marrow change otherwise normal signal from bone marrow minor loss of disc height levels minor disc desiccation slight loss of lordisis minor kyohosis and scoliosis spinal cord is normal signal intensity cerebellar tonsils are normal in location mild paransal sinus mucosal thickening mild residual lymphoid tissue within normal age for 21 minor facet... (2 replies)
... y to recovery. With the anti inflammatory medicine and some multi vitamins i continued my life with a change in job, then leaving that job due to its requirement of physical work and now to almost jobless situation. The thing is after two years i feel i am at crossroads to have surgery or not. ... (4 replies)
... y to recovery. With the anti inflammatory medicine and some multi vitamins i continued my life with a change in job, then leaving that job due to its requirement of physical work and now to almost jobless situation. The thing is after two years i feel i am at crossroads to have surgery or not. ... (1 replies)
... sacral spine reveals loss of normal lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... Plain MIR of the dorsal spine was pweformed in multiple signal intensities in multiple planes. ... (0 replies)
... When it hit I had about 30 triger point injections, MRI, I had steriod injections several times, about 3 rounds of physical therapy, Nuerotin and other drugs like it made me brain dead. This was taken for all of the electricity like feeling down my arm. ... (22 replies)
Help!!!
Jul 19, 2016
... administration of 5. ... (7 replies)
... C4 some central disc protrusion. ... (5 replies)
... Transitional anatomy is noted. Lumberazation of S1 is noted. ... (1 replies)
... I have just found this site and hope it can be a source of some information. ... (2 replies)
... There is a new right foraminal disc protrusion that mildly narrows the inferior right neural foramen without significant foraminal stenosis. The central canal is patent. ... (1 replies)
... planar MR images were obtained of the lumbar spine. There is normal alignment of the lumbar spine on the sagittal images with mild curvature to the left compatible with scoliosis. The conus is at the L1 level. ... (9 replies)
... Hello, I am trying to understand this mri report from a couple of months ago so that I can understand better the mri report from an mri I had last friday... ... (1 replies)


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