Can you help me understand my knee MRI report?

Not by yourself. The interpretation of a knee MRI study is complicated, and should not be done by a patient. There are many variations of anatomy and lesions which can be seen with MRI, and some of these are important, while others are not. Talk with your Primary Doctor about the results. If not satisfied, ask for a second opinion from another experienced Doctor.

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How to understand knee mri?

To see how MRI . Performed see radiologyinfo.Org. To understand results get your doctor to go over films with you. Read more...

Knee MRI report: - mild increased signal intensity of popliteal tendon, favor mild injury can you please explain and suggest course of action?

Knee sprain. Could be a minor knee sprain of this tendon, if this is the only finding on the mri, it sounds fairly minor. Also depends some on whether you had an injury to the knee or not. Mri's are based on fluid and increased signal can mean increased fluid in the tendon as can happen if there is an injury to it. Rest, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, ice it down (rice) can help if it is swollen/hurts. Read more...

Child had knee MRI and report said :small area of nonspecific enhancement in the marrow of the tibial epiphysis posteriorly what does this mean?

Fluid/swelling? Usually an MRI picks up an enhanced signal when swelling is present. This means increased water is in the area. The exact reason for this is hard to tell you without more history and a good exam. Read more...

I would like help! - how do I read my knee mri?

Www.usradreview.com. If you would like a second opinion on your MRI study, visit www.usradreview.com. Read more...
You do not read. You should not attempt to read your study. Make an appointment with your Doctor and ask for an explanation. You can also ask for a second opinion. Read more...

Mri of knee what looks normal and what does not look normal?

Knee MRI. Normal knee MRI can mean a range of things. It can mean nothing wrong was found, it can also mean nothing unusual or unexpected was found. It is best to go over your MRI results and images with your doctor. Read more...
A good question. Unfortunately, it takes many years of training to answer that question. Unless you have this training, do not try to determine normal or abnormal in your study. Make an appointment with your Doctor to answer some specific questions, but do not expect an education. Read more...