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What Does Mild Pectal Deformity Mean
Can u explain to me what disc desiccation with small or mild broad based central subligamentous hnp and minimal deformity of anterior thecal sac means?
I had a lumbar CT due to constant back pain. Results showed no compression deformity but mild endplate changes are scattered. What does this mean?
My ccjoint needs to be fused due to massive deformity if ignored will go nonuion. What is nonuion mean?
Bones not fused: Nonunion is when two bones try to fuse together, but don't. This can take longer than usual and be a "delayed union" or do so in a poor manner in a "malunion". The non-union is when the two pieces of bone do not form back together to form one piece of bone. This can cause pain, extra bone formation, swelling and deformity. ...Read more
Collapse: This a partially collapsed vertebra that may be the result of an old injury to your back. Do you recall any old back injuries? Other causes include bone disease such as osteoporosis, growths, blood diseases, etc. Your physician who knows you best is qualified to evaluate and advise you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you have a tall thin stature and mild chest deformity without having Marfan or other connective tissue disorder?
Yes. But if concern-: -just have Ur genetics tested. All tall girls who may B going 2 B offered a college scholarship for basketball R all tested for Marfan's. ...Read more
What is mild spondylosis without small right para central osteophyte & a tiny central disk protrusion with significant thecal sac deformity at C3-4?
Arthritis: Mild spondylosis = mild aging changes (aka arthritis). Tiny disc protrusion is just what it sounds like. Small right paracentral osteophyte = small bone spur just to the right. With a tiny disk protrusion, I'm betting the report says "without" significant thecal sac deformity, which means no significant pressure on the spinal cord. In a 47 yo patient, all this would be considered normal. ...Read more
I'm very worried because I got sone lab results about birth defects and they came out abnormal, does this mean my baby will have sone kind of deformity?
Screen vs diagnose: There's a big difference between screening and diagnostic tests. Screening tests on the pregnant woman's blood, eg, evaluate for increased risk for certain birth defects. Tests such as cvs or amniocentesis confirm some diagnoses based on studies of chromosomes. Any woman receiving results from tests should get more information--ask the ordering doctor to explain them or refer to an expert who can. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hereditary: Club foot is a deformity than can be seen in certain populations more than others, and if a parent has clubfoot there is a chance that a child may have it. The sandal gap refers to the appearance of the big toe being further away from the other toes when an ultrasound is performed on the fetus in the womb. ...Read more
X ray results read 18 degrees of hallux valgus deformity and ankle mortise is congruent. What does this mean??
What does compression deformity to the endplate of L3 and suspected compression deformity to T12 mean are these fractures radiologist said no fracture?
C6-C7 Broad based disc osteophyte complex with a superimposed focal central disc protrusion causing canal stenosis measuring 8.5mm. There is complete obliteration of the anterior posterior thecal sac space. There is mild anterior deformity.
My 9 yr old son was diagnosis with chiari malformation 1. What does "8 mm of cerebellar tonsillar ectopia with tonsillar deformity" mean? Dr wants surgery
Can you really measure head and femur lenghts in ultrasound? What does that mean? I had an ultrasound done on my 26 week old baby and the doctor said the femur length measued 26 weeks, but the head an abdomen were 29 weeks. Is this a sign of a deformity
Ct scan of sinus report says: mild S shaped deformity of nasal septum with a large left apical osteophytes. Right sided concha Bullosa. Is this normal?
Yes: Normal variation, many do have these findings, don't mean a certain disease. The doctor who ordered the study would explain more, good luck ...Read more
What does this mean? I have a small subchondral fracture deformity of the lateral trochlear facet with prominent bone marrow edema throughout the regi
Cartilage damage: Prominent marrow edema of the lateral trochlea means that the cartilage covering the bone in this area is injured or worn thin. This is a common place to develop arthritis which causes marrow edema when the cartilage gets too thin or is worn out and bare bone is exposed there. If you had a recent injury, it could be cartilage damage rather than arthritis. See your provider for recommendations. ...Read more
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