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Help understanding my MRI report. They mention the bone marrow singal is diffusely abnormal and hypointense on t1 and t2 weighed image. Meaning?

Help understanding my MRI report.  They mention the bone marrow singal is diffusely abnormal and hypointense on t1 and t2 weighed image. Meaning?

Meaning: There really isn't enough space here for that kind of explanation. That is best left to your ordering physician or a radiologist. ...Read more

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Can reactive endplate changes at c6/c7 with hyped intensity at t1 and t2 be related to a two year old fall should I also do a MRI on thoracic spine?

Can reactive endplate changes at c6/c7 with hyped intensity at t1 and t2 be related to a  two year old fall should I also do a MRI on thoracic spine?

Prob not: sounds more like degenerative changes in your neck and not traumatic. If you are having mid back pain &/or pain that moves to the front of the chest a thoracic MRI might be useful. This conditions is NOT common. ...Read more

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What does "t1 and t2 hyperintense focus at L1 vertebral segment" suggest (from MRI reading)? Have pain, muscle spasms, hard tissue in low back/gluteal

What does "t1 and t2 hyperintense focus at L1 vertebral segment" suggest (from MRI reading)? Have pain, muscle spasms, hard tissue in low back/gluteal

May be inflammation: Hyper intensity my indicate inflammation or a hemangioma. Tough to say without looking at the images. I would see a spine specialist and get an opinion. The gluteal area is well below l1. So I do not believe those symptoms are related. ...Read more

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Mri: sagittal t2 & flair imag, altho less well seen in the axial plane, is increas signal wthin c5-c6 cervical cord, perhaps an area of myelomalacia, ?

Mri: sagittal t2 & flair imag, altho less well seen in the axial plane, is increas signal wthin c5-c6 cervical cord, perhaps an area of myelomalacia, ?

Myelomalacia: That means that there may or may not be an area of subtle change which may represent myelomalacia in your cervical spine at the c5/6 location. Myelomalacia if present can signify injury that is ongoing or had been there in the past. Only a history and neurological exam can determine if this 'finding' (if any is actually there) is of any clinical relevance. Please be evaluated by a spine surgeon. ...Read more

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Is it possible to diagnose MS disease when a series of four MRIs w/wo contrast have shown no enhancing lesions? There are dark T1 corr. to bright T2.

Is it possible to diagnose MS  disease when a series of four MRIs w/wo contrast have shown no enhancing lesions? There are dark T1 corr. to bright T2.

Yes , it is: possible. MS is also a clinical diagnosis based on non-MRI findings, sometimes the MRI is practically normal. MS lesions don't always enhance, in fact most don't. Early/active lesions may enhance. Do you have an established diagnosis of MS? There are a variety of causes of MRI white matter lesions, not just MS. The most common in your age group is chronic age-related microvascular changes. ...Read more

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Which is better to treat Radiculopathy T1-T2, nerve block or operation?

Which is better to treat Radiculopathy T1-T2, nerve block or operation?

Always: Start with the least invasive procedures. Surgery should be your last option. Try everything you can before going that route. ...Read more

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