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... I have my MRI on CD and can transfer it somewhere if someone there can read it. I cannot see my doctor for several days, and was just wondering if someone could read my MRI of my lower back. ... (0 replies)
... Gabe, if you can tell us what it says, someone here will most likely be able to interpret it for you....at least in part. Carol (2 replies)
... I have been told by Orthopedic physician that I have an issue with my sciatrc nerve and he sent me for an MRI. I have the images on CD but have to wait another 3 weeks to get back into the Ortho. Can someone read my MRI? ... (2 replies)

... e difference between things likely to causes symptoms and not can be subtle. You can get a pretty good idea of if there is anything wrong or not by "reading" the MRI yourself. If you look up how to read an MRI of the cervical spine you should get where you want to be. ... (1 replies)
... Hi miss pain, Generally the radiologist reads the MRI & gives his opinion on the radiologist report but thats only one set of experienced eyes, & if i were you i would want a spine neurosurgeon or a fellowship trained in spines orthopedic to read my MRI & examine me & tell him my symptoms & get his experienced, educated eyes opinion on what his diagnosis would be.... (1 replies)
... I will start off by telling you a little bit about my story. I fell on a wet floor back in August 2010. I landed on my back. I later got an MRI. I have not had a doctor explain to me why I am in pain everyday. ... (7 replies)
... I had an MRI last week, and haven't received the results yet. I have called and no one will answer at the doctor. Does anyone have the knowledge to read an MRI? ... (1 replies)
... You have to keep in mind that all my comments are based on what is in the MRI report. There may be things visible in the images that would provide more information. When I began my journey I relied on my internist to handle my care. ... (13 replies)
... I have learned alot here in just a few days of reading thanks for all the advice. Could you please help me with my MRI results. ... (4 replies)
... one doc that does nerve radio frequency neuroablation say i should have this procedure but did not even explain my mri nearly as as you did which males me wonder if he is pushing his product and wont treat the entire problem wil burning the facet joint nerve solve my pain? ... (2 replies)
... ing someone can advise me as I really can't take anymore off this chronic pain, I've been suffering for the past 6 yrs and its getting worse, I'm struggling with my family and job and my meds don't work anymore, I spent lots of money on physio, chiropractors, acupuncture all to no avail. ... (2 replies)
... or my attorney. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you. Your reply is very helpful. The first two MRI's were done by a different facility and I never actually read the reports. ... (2 replies)
... I never request test results from any of my doctors...I request the medical business performing the test to send me and my doctor a copy of the test results...so far, I have never encountered a problem. ... (7 replies)
... sday. At that point I told her about my MRI conclusion and my drop foot and I practicality broke down on the phone and could barely get the words out to describe my condition and I told her I couldn't wait that long I had to get this fixed. ... (17 replies)
... asking for it. Once she saw the MRI report, she immediately referred me to a pain manager at a local hospital. ... (12 replies)
... So I have torn apart the MRI and it can mean different things according to the synthoms which would be expressed. ... (3 replies)
... I agree with the others. Get your MRI results to your doc to read. My MRI report was read very sloppily by the radiologist and when the NS and my PM doc saw the actual films, they were amazed at how much was missed on the report. Get your films! ... (6 replies)
... This is very important because MRI "interpretation" is somewhat subjective. ... (2 replies)
... y input or advice right now. I just wish they would figure it out. Doctors tend to blow me off as being too young or just wanting the drugs, especially since all my tests haven't revealed anything yet. ... (23 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, cervical canal stenosis, ddd, lower back pain, lumbar spine pain, mri help, mri report interpretation, mri results, myelomalacia, sciatica

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