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What does tiny cystic change posteriorly at the level of the tibial plateau mean? What does acute osteochondral injury mean? MRI report Explain Thanks
Mri report: hi ~ tiny cystic etc,means that theres a few tiny bone cysts in the top of the tibia where the cartilage of the joint meets the bone. The tibial plateau is there surface of the tibial aspect of the knee joint and it usually the cartilage of the joint. Osteo chondral tear, means tear of cartilage off bone.Sounds like you have a bucket handle tear of cartilage and will need arthroscopy. Go back Orth ...Read more
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
What does it mean when MRI report of knee says, "Posterior cruciate ligament is thickened and low-signal"?
What does it mean when MRI report say c4c5 facet arthrosis and posterior disc osteophyte complex resulting in mild effacement of the thecal sac?
What does this mean from MRI report “Minor radioscarpal & thumb CMC joint degenerative changes” & “Probable tear of the collar scapholunate ligament” ?
What does enhancement pattern appears homogeneous and no focal signal changes on T2 images of the Pituitary mean on a MRI report of the pituitary?
ICA: I believe that ICA refers to the internal carotid artery on that side of your head if the mri was of your brain. The report describes a tear in that artery that was contained enough so that healing of the torn area sealed off and healed without hemorrhaging and that a major vascular and brain catastrophe was averted. Of course the physician who ordered and reviewed that report can better answer ...Read more
What does the no focal signal changes on T2 images of the remainder of the brain mean on a MRI report of the brain?
Normal: This is unremarkable and nothing to worry about. ...Read more
What does broad based posterior disc protrusion effacing anterior thecal sac mean on an MRI report?
Disc protrusion: The disc is in the front part of the spine. The spinal cord and nerves are in the canal within the spine. They are encased in a "sac" containing fluid. If a disc is partially damaged, it will have a weaker outer rim which will bulge out and may compress the cord (esp in neck) or the nerves(in the lower back). Slight bulge may cause disc pain which is usually localized in the back. ...Read more
What does it mean on an MRI report of "bilateral reactive lymph nodes"? Doc isn't concerned about it says don't need to biopsy it...I'm concerned
Reactive: Nodes appear somewhat larger than normal but overall maintain a normal lymph node appearance. They are quite common and often seen in the groin, neck, and axillae. ...Read more
Please someone tel me what "small non enlarged incidental bilateral reactive lymph nodes" mean on a MRI report of the neck? I hav constant pain n neck
Common finding: The nodes int he posterior triangle of the neck are often enlarged from almost any kind of infection. But if they persist then they might be enlarged for some other reason. You should follow this carefully. ...Read more
What does this mean on an MRI report c5-c6: there is a central disc protrusion indenting the ventral thecal sac?
A disc abuts spinal: In the neck at the c5-c6 level, the intervertebral disc protrudes posteriorly from the spine, and pushes upon the anterior aspect of the thecal sac that contains the spinal cord. This herniating disc material may abut or comress the spinal canal, possibly resulting with spasm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have MS, what does few scattered foci of increased T2 signal intensity in the white matter mean from an MRI report mean?
Confirmation: If you have confirmed MS from other tests like a lumbar puncture and characteristic changes in your CSF, as well as clinical history that supports the diagnosis, then the foci of increased T2 intensity in the white matter may just be the areas in your brain that are being affected by the MS. Keeping track of these and their progression can help determine the progression of your disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nothing, maybe.: Lymphatics are the second circulatory system in the body. They return excess fluid to the heart and they have nodes that fight infections. The tissue at the base of the tongue being prominent may just be normal anatomy for you personally or a sign of significant infectious challenge to that tissue. Your doctor who sent you for the MRI should be able to tell you whether to worry or not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Discuss this with the doctor that ordered the test. ...Read more
Herniated disc. What does this MRI report mean? I am doing physical therapy. Should i still get an epidural shot? Does massages make it worse?
Where?: At your young age a true herniated disc in your lumbar spine that is causing both pain in your lower back and down your leg( esp. Past your knee) is a signifigant problem.Physical therapy , nsaids may be helpful. See a good spine specialist ( either ortho or neuro surgeon before you begin lesi's( injections).Massage can be helpful temporarily and will do no harm. Avoid 'manipulations'. Gl! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does “Motion artefacts projected over the spine are noted. Otherwise spinal cord & cauda equina - normal signal intensity...in MRI report mean?
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