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what does hyper-intense enhancing nodule mean? on mri of the knee

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Dr. Richard Greenwald
41 years experience Podiatry
Nodule: It means you should have your doc check it out. Not having seen you, know anything about you, or your test results is sort of like guessing how many fish there are in the ocean. Since you posted here means you have access to the internet and search engines. Search and go see your doc in person.
Answered on Apr 17, 2018
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