A member asked:

Can a bone in neck appearing on mri require neck surgery. ?

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Dr. Ernst Garcon answered

Specializes in Diagnostic Radiology

It depend on the bone and what's wrong with it. I see in your profile you mentionned "broken clavicle". If you have a simple fracture, it may be treated conservatively. If the fracture is comminuted, infected or articular, surgery may be the best way to treat.

Answered Feb 12, 2014



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