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Ac Joint With Reactive Marrow Edema
MRI Grade 2/3 chrondromalacia glenohumeral joint w/ high grade cartilage loss, Bone marrow edema of the humeral head, mod. Glenohumeral effusion?
Fluid in the tissues, either caused by something local to the swollen area like an injury or inflammation, or from the body's retention of water. Gravity brings the fluid to the feet & legs in that case. As a general rule, if one foot is swollen, something is wrong with the foot. If both feet are swollen, it's not the feet, but water ...Read more
MY MRI of lumbar spine.Mild right sacroilitis with subchondral sclerosis with fatty bone marrow. NO significant joint effusioneffusion .means ?
See below: Sacroiliitis is inflammation of your sacroiliac joints (where the sacrum meets the pelvis). Subchondral sclerosis means there are chronic changes along the margins of those bones as well. Fatty bone marrow is a normal finding. The findings listed above are commonly seen and can be seen in patients with and without back pain. Lack of joint effusion usually means that the inflammation is limited. ...Read more
Mri shoulder marked synovitis with patchy areas of subchondral bone marrow edema at the glenohumeral joint; findings of a hill-sachs deformity. Help!
What is a small subchondral fracture defomity of the lateral figures facet with prominent bone marrow edema?
Moderate size joint effusion.
Joint abnl: Need to identify which joint ar u asking about , Is it the knee ? . Subchondral microfractures and prominent bone marrow edema are descriptions of the same thing . Typically r quite painful and may respond with axial bony paste. Which is only performed in the or by an orthopaedic d ...Read more
Why there are periarticular osteoporosis, juxta-articular erosions, narrowing of joint space and low blood glucose level in rheumatoid arthritis?
Shoulder MRI: What means? AC joint shows mild arthrosis w/cystic changes, predom. clavicular w/mild surroundng edema.12x9x8 mm lesion seen w/in medial humeral neck, lobulated, compatible w/enchondroma
Inflammation: call your orthopedist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Chondral loss in my lateral patellar and femoral trochilea. Minimal joint effusion and bone marrow edemia. What are my options?
Osteoarthritis: Your description is consistent with osteoarthritis. Keep your weight controlled. A strengthening program for your quadriceps muscles as well as stretching your hamstrings will help to reduce symptoms. You may benefit from physical therapy or water exercise classes. Pain can be treated with tylenol (acetaminophen) or nsaids. You could possibly benefit from viscosupplementation such as synvisc or euflexxa. ...Read more
Xray recently shows severe joint space narrowing involve the patellofemoral compartment with underlying subchondral sclerosis & osteophyte formation?
Osteoarthritis: These are classical findings of osteoarthritis being spelled out by the radiologist. Osteoarthritis develops as we lose the cartilage that is not seen on X-ray and usually leaves a "joint space" on films. During this degenerative cascade, sclerosis happens to the bone under cartilage and bone tries to increase its surface area when weakened by forming spurs called osteophytes. Good luck. ...Read more
Harrowed Marrow: It means there's been a lot of stress and/or inflammation in that joint.I bet it hurts.What happens next is up to you and your doctor.Ask him/her to go over the MRI with you and discuss all of your options(there are many).In the meantime don't fret too much,they've come up with a lot of tricks to take care of joints.Just make sure you trust their opinions.Any doubt? Get a 2nd opinion. ...Read more
"Meso- acromiale, with a small subchondral cyst across the synchdrosis but no bone marrow edema" (My shoulder MRI report) Plz explain. And solution?
2-piece bone: The acromium is a small part of your shoulder blade on top of your shoulder. As it forms, 2 parts fuse to make one solid bone. In your case, the 2 parts did not finish fusing. Sometimes that is no problem, other times there is motion at the synchondrosis (place where the two bones are joined by cartilage, rather than bone). You have a cyst there, so you undoubtedly have motion and probably pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mri shows bone marrow edema of pisiform, trigger thumb, mcp capsulitis and mild distension of first cmc joint capsule. What does it all mean?
Please explain peripheral hyaline cartilage lesions and subchondral oedema anterolaterally , impingement lesion and increased alpha angle thankyou?
See an orthopedist: This too complex to explain in 400 characters. See a good orthopedic surgeon and have them start from scratch. ...Read more
Are PRP and stem cell therapy txmt options for rapidly occurring Gr. 4 hip OA: superior joint impaction, subchondral sclerosis, joint fragments?
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Mum has mild inflamm arthritis, knee pain, knee MRI:"loss of cartilage, subarticular stress + joint effusion" Is this old age or the arthritis?
There is fluid around anterior part of tibio talar joint with sub chondral edema in talus neck what will be interference, pt has chronic pain?
Age: You must be 16 years old or older to utilize this site. Have your parent submit a question in their name about you. ...Read more
Will mcp capsulitis, moderate bone marrow edema at 1st pisiform, mild edema at 1st metacarpal due to contusion/stress reaction, mild distension of 1st cmc joint capsule effect surgery on trigger thumb?
Mum has inflamm arthritis had knee MRI "loss of cartilage, subarticular stress pattern + large joint effusion"
Is this long term change? Pls explain?
MRI shows: Severe left facet arthropathy, with extensive associated bone marrow edema. C4-C5. Is there any treatment to help alleviate this pain?
Varies: The MRI findings you describe can potentially cause neck pain, headaches, and pain that runs into the arm. Treatment options run from very conservative to more aggressive based upon the severity of the pain and results of an exam, but can include: medications, traction, physical therapy, epidural steroid injections, radio frequency ablation, and even surgical considerations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low grade increased uptake in medial cuneiform bone with mild arthropathy soft tissue swelling metatarsal tarsal joint along soft tissue of the dorsum?
Xray: R.knee: small joint effusion. Mild medial n patellofemoral compartment degenerative changes with mild subchondral sclerosis. Left knee: same thing like above AND mild joint space narrowing. Can you please explain these findings thank you?
Djd: Those findings are c/w degenerative joint disease,ie your knee has some wear on the ant and medial sides. As the cartilage wears down the joint space gets narrowed. the bone directly under the space thickens (sclerosis) in response to increased load. Inflammation leads to swelling (effusion). These are early signs of degenerative joint disease. You're on young side to have arthritis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
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