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Interpret Mri Result
Mri or magnetic resonance imaging is one of the more recently developed imaging modalities available to physicians. It uses powerful magnets to generate images. There is no ionizing radiation which is a major advantage over many other modalities. Mri is the best imaging exam that we have for most soft tissue and joint related problems. There are radiologists ...Read more
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You can request: A copy of your test results from the radiology facility as well and also request a copy of your images on a disc. In general a disc is better than films because it contains the actual digital dicom data. With all this in hand you can go to your doctor or any subsequent specialist to discuss your case. We treat the patient not the pictures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My MRI result showed that there is fluid within the left maxillary sinus. May I know, what does it means and is it necessary for me to see the dr?
What is a gray matter hyperintensity of 3mm on a brain MRI result? (Just trying to understand my results :))
Depends on image: Magnetic resonance imaging with and without gadolinium contrast shows hyperintensity depending on type of images, T1, T2, diffusing weighted or flair view. Each type of image views can because by various ideologies, including ischemia, plaques, infection, growth, bleed. Gray matter hyperintensity simply means changes seen based on the type of image. ...Read more
Brain MRI result: there is no signal void from the anterior and posterior circulation what's the medical definition of it and is it bad or not?
Signal Void Brain: On mri, in certain sequences there should be a lack of signal (ie. A black appearance) within the blood vessels. This normal appearance suggests that blood is flowing normally within these blood vessels. If there is a lack of signal void, this could suggest either abnormal blood flow or a complete lack of blood flow. This is abnormal and is concerning. Oftentimes this is associated with a stroke. ...Read more
I met yesterday with an orthopedic surgeon to review my MRI results. The MRI result indicated that I have a high-grade insertional interstitia?
Will my disc ever heal? Mri result was " minimal disc protrusion at L5 s1 " a year ago. Sometimes im pain free, others i can't sleep from pain.
No, but: Teenager w. Low back pain seemingly told "l5-s1 disk protrusion" cause. Pain comes ; goes ; interferes w. Sleep. Supposed "diagnosis" is radiologic term ; likely wrong choice for "diagnosis". Protruding disks commonly seen in unpained persons. Disk impingement pain decreases w. Lying down as sacroiliac joint subluxation pain worsens. Extreme sports participation? See osteopath for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have an MRI result stating disc bulge c5-6 and thecal sac indentation. pain clinic assessment today says this is normal, uncertain why pain exists?
My MRI result stated on the "impression":
"Radial tear junction of anterior horn and mid body of the lateral meniscus"
What does this mean?Treatment?
It depends.....: If you got the MRI through the emergency room you should get the results back that day. Otherwise, if the MRI is "routine" done as an outpatient it can vary from same day up to 2 days. Then your provider has to read the results and put those together with your clinical picture and call you with his/her final impressions. ...Read more
Yes: The mri reports many things, even normal findings so it will all sound very intimidating, but can actually be reassuring. it is best to go over your results with the doctor who ordered it. Frequently incidental findings will be reported that have no clinical significance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
MRI: You can speak with your doctor about the results. If you have a specific question, you can post it on HealthTap. Or, you can send a message to a HealthTap doc for more detail. ...Read more
MRI: MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) works by flipping molecules in your body using a strong magnet. When the machine is released and the molecules flip back out of alignment, they release energy creating an image. In generally, we look at 2 different images (T1 weighted images-look at detail and anatomy; T2 or STIR images look at water/fluid/swelling). The ordering Dr should read the MRI ...Read more
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