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... ority of the claims I had dealt with were spine related issues from sprains and strains to herniated discs etc. From one extreme to the next. So I was constantly reading MRI reports, EMG reports, Neurological consults etc. ... (6 replies)
... I am very comfortable reading MRI reports of the spine. However, when it veers off into another part of the body, I do not feel comfortable commenting. ... (7 replies)
... Sometimes it is the small things that cause us the greatest damage. I am not good at reading MRI reports but Justoneofus is great at it and am sure she will post soon. ... (11 replies)

... o me twice since and it's a scary thing. I think sort of like this, this lami didn't work so what are my real chances of having a successful operation. And after reading a lot of the material here, seeing things either don't work or more surgery needed and such. I just wish there was a fool proof way to go about this. ... (4 replies)
... Hello all, I was wondering if someone could explain some of these terms in simple terms for me. I have 2 reports and was wondering why the two would be so different? ... (4 replies)
... S1 that is causing most of your symptoms. Basically both reports reveal that there are some degenerative changes going on. ... (5 replies)
... I have been reading through MRI reports on here to try to get a grasp on my own, but I'm still looking for some guidance. This is my report from my MRI done one week ago after four months of radiculopathy down my left arm, muscle weakness and pain. ... (8 replies)
... Was your MRI ordered by your family doctor? ... (4 replies)
... I worked for 20 plus years handling bodily injury claims while working as an insurance investigator. So I am used to reading MRI reports. ... (4 replies)
... then I and others reading your thread will know a bit of your background.... ... (6 replies)
... flexibility due to biochemical changes that are brought about by aging. Some people develop problems as a result, and others may have changes that show up on an MRI but are not bothered by pain. ... (10 replies)
... Even though I have been reading through other MRI reports on here, some of this on the report just sounds to me like blah blah blah. ... (0 replies)
... Hopefully someone can tell me what this means. I am 8 weeks post discectomy/laminectomy minimally invasive. MRI reports- There is more extensive enhancing epidural tisssue as well as some enhancement of the left S1 nerve root. Much of the tissue likely represents granulation tissue, however findings are suspicious for a recurrent disc extrusion with progression of loss of... (5 replies)
... I feel for you,because I.m going through similar conditions. I got my MRI report back. I know my problem but its new things in thi sreport I don't understand. May be somebody can tell me what these means.I'll just list the findings. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not real gd with reading MRI reports but there is a few things in yours that would concern me. ... (7 replies)
... I've only had the one EMG. The last MRI was in an open machine and it's still very close to the face. It's better than the closed one, but I still had some problems with it. ... (23 replies)
... Cindy, My Neuro gave me no time to tell or ask anything, hopefully next appointment. I don't get why he would not ask for pt reports or anything. Maybe doing his own evaluation still seems weird. My doc says if he cannot explain pain after test it is pain management for me. ... (130 replies)
... Sammy, I suppose it depends on the Radiologist reading the MRI. I think most will only mention the vertebrae with abnormalities. ... (130 replies)
... just wondering about those two MRI reports? ... (6 replies)
... Hi there, Sounds like stenosis to me too. Please see a spine specialist. In my case, the XRay, MRI and CT scans didn't really show anything dramatic either - at least to the non-specialists...the radiologists interpret the images, the GPs just read the reports. I know the system makes you go through all the hoops (Xray, CT, MRI) first but I've just wasted 5mths of my,... (8 replies)

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