Mri scan foot pain

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I have just recently had an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> scan, results showing L5/S1 loss of disc height and hydration with degenerative endplate changes, can anyone help with an explanation. I also suffer with a dead left leg and cramp in my left foot, but the mri did not show anything sitting on a nerve ??????
Hi---I am a registered nurse and have recently been experiencing very sharp pain in my left <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>....the top left side. I went to an orthopedist that specializes in feet and an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> was done and it showed nothing abnormal. This is the most painful condition that I have ever had. I am on my feet for twelve hour shifts and sometimes the pain keeps me awake at night. The next morning I wake up and my foot feels swollen and I have trouble walking.
Hello, There is a possibility that the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> pain that you are having can be related to the herniated disc between L3 and L4.But other possibilities also need evaluation.These possibilities are straining of the muscle or bursae due to overstretching and overuse,Achilles tendonitis,plantar fasciitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) or flat feet in adults and abnormally high arches. Without examination confirmation of a diagnosis is tough.
This knot does not hurt. Could this be the source of my pain? My <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> actually hurts more toward the outside and where the heel starts. The heel itself is not really painful. Also, my foot feels like it is going to get a cramp in more now. Is the knot any cause for concern? Thanks for your advice.
Six months later I was diagnosed with fractures in both heels and have been in two casts, crutches and another walking boot. I am still in pain! I just had an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> that shows Marrow Edema in four bones of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>. what does this mean? I do not see the Dr. again for two weeks! I can't be on my feet for any length of time with suffering excruciating pain!
Can Osteoporosis cause severe <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> pain? I am finding that both my feet are very painful to walk on and have swelling in the mid foot area. I also have pain in the ankles. I have had an mri scan a few weeks ago but have to wait until the end of August for my results appointment with the Orthopaedic Consultant. An untrasound did not show any sign of damage to the plantar fascia.
Hi, I had a mri scan a couple of days ago but no one has really explained to me what has happened, I will be reviewed by the spinal team as an outpatient. I have posted the results below and I would really appreciate if someone could explain in non medical terms what is happening. Here's some background info. I have had a recurring bad back for the past 10 years, but at the side of my back. Usually every six months for a couple of weeks at a time then back to normal.
Admit to hospital, Neurologist sure it was MS. LP test - clear, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> scan showed a small insignificant cyst. Improved after 8 weeks. Painful pins and needles on RHS face, numbness & pain down LHS of body, lack of power and easily tired have remained in the last 4 years. Last 3 yrs taken Amitriptyline to aid sleep; day time made more manageable, as rested. Symptoms return severely if not taken.
As to the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> pain , if you can find it, OTC Capzasin-p. There a couple of strengths . Its worth a try before getting into the heavier meds. Don't let the shrink bother you , and it looks like You have a good attitude about her .. what a load of cra* . A lot of us have been there .. Glad you found us , Your story wasn't too long .. I have mine scattered in bits and pieces . At least we have the gist of what's going on for you in one post .. Oh yeah .. I'm not dx.
Most common cause of cuboid syndrome is due to excessive inversion of the ankle or excessive plantar flexion of the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>. I would suggest you to have an X-ray scan and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> scan of the region and get it evaluated by an expert radiologist and follow up with a podiatrist. Do not exert yourself, take intermittent NSAIDs and try ice packs and limit physical activity to control the pain till properly diagnosed and treated. Take care!
After 7 months of casts, crutches and Cam walker boots, the pain does not seem to be any better. New <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> shows Marrow Edema in four different bones in my left <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>! I have not gotten any info from my doctor yet, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts. I can't be on my feet for more than a couple of hours with out having really bad pain and limping. I am very frustrated to say the least!
I've been using the treadmill daily and have been getting pain on the right side of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>. It's an aching pain that gets worse with the use of the treadmill; this has been going on for about 2 weeks now. what could be causing this? I also have reduced bone density and Osteoporosis.
hai doctor , i hav a question.we took <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> scan and the results show that posterior bulge of cervical intervertibral disc at multiple level causing thecal sac compression .is this any way related to foot pain with severe burning sensation.
Hello! I played in a soccer game about 4 weeks ago and have had <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> pain since then. The first night after the game, I could barely walk. My foot felt better with icing and rest, but within a week or two I had swelling a little in front of my ankle bone on the medial side. The bone there also hurt to touch. The swelling went away, but 4 weeks later, I still have pain when I touch the bone in front of the ankle bone.
Good day, I had been for a operation where the mri scan stated " Clinically significant lesion is the large right paracentral L5/S1 disc herniation with a sequestrated disc fragment in the right lateral recess and compression of the right S1 nerve root. Possible right L5 root compression in the lateral recess at the L4/L5 level due to right paracentral disc herniation as well". Now I would like to know after this kind of operation, how long it will take to recover.
I have constant numbness, tingling, shooting pain in my toes, pain at the base of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> in the heal of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>, the arches and the ball of my foot. At times, it feels like a rug or sock is crumpled up under the ball of my foot. Believe it or not, my toenails hurt as well. The pain is always present and ranges from about 7-10 on a 10 scale with 10 being the absolute worst. There are times when I cannot feel my feet for several days at a time.
i have pain and numbness in my left arm ,hand and left <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>, unable to find out why, please help
The leg and side pain might just be a muscle cramp that I injured somehow, and just coincidental to my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>....but I am really getting to worry about this <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> pain. Is there anything someone can suggest?
on outside of my right foot, half way between my ankle and toes, i feel a tearing sensation when i bend my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> at certain angles. the pain level increases the farther i extend my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>. please advise what this may be.
Diabetic neuropathy can be of 4 types, peripheral, autonomic, proximal and focal. Peripheral neuropathy of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> can cause pain, burning sensation, tingling and numbness. Proper foot care must be taken like wearing proper fitting shoes, apply moisturizer if dry, examine your feet regularly and take care of your nails.
For mild abdominal pain that may be CFAP (chronic functional abdominal pain), and where the pain seems to respond well to medication and diet improvements, is an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> 1) more accurate than a CT scan for checking for this condition? Is an mri generally more accurate for looking at the liver, gall bladder, stomach, intestines, etc. than a CT scan? 2) less radiation than CT scan?
However, the symptoms you have experienced might be due a nerve impingement or compression at the spine and it would be hard to determine its presence and where it is located without any diagnostic imaging such as an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> or CT scan done. The nerve impingement/compression might be secondary to vetebral malalignment, disc bulging, or disc herniation, which would make its immediate identification crucial. I would really have to advise you to go to a doctor as soon as possible.
It is really difficult to pin point the exact underlying cause without a clinical exam and tests like <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span> scan of head and lower back. However if the possibility of this being associated with bad posture is there then I would suggest him to correct his posture while sitting. ALS on the other hand is a progressive disease and results in rapid deterioration of voluntary functions like bladder and bowel functions.
he should get an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span>/CT scan to see if the flat feet are caused from a tarsal coalition. if not, a ritchie brace (if molded correctly) can help. flat foot reconstruction can help, but it involves 6 weeks of crutches and 6-8 weeks of rehab. if he has tried everything and continues to have pain, surgery sounds like a good option. go to a reputable surgeon who has experience in this type of procedure.
Was off work for 8 weeks and just went back(am an RN working 12 hr shifts 3 days per week) Right now the ankle and calf pain is the worst part, and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> definitely hurts after 12 hr shift. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mri</span>, bone scan and CT of right foot and ankle all neg. Could it be a herniated disc at S1 causing the problem? This was suggested by a colleague who had shoulder and arm pain and had herniated C6 but had no neck pain. I do occasionallly get lower back pain and did injure the L4/5 S1 in the past.
I was referred to an orthopedic who then ordered a bone scan but did not find anything however he did put my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> in a cast to see if it helped with the pain and swelling. 3 weeks later my foot was still the same and the cast was taken off. He scheduled an mri and the mri showed that my 5th metatarsal was too long. He said that was probably something I was born with. He said he did not know what was wrong with my foot and sent me to see a foot and ankle specialist.
Shoot! I hit the tab button by accident and lost my entire post!!! Argh. I have no idea where it went! It seems like I'm having new symptoms every week. My NS has recommended surgery for me, but he wanted to do the scan to check the CSF flow. Insurance denied the scan, calling it "experimental" and unnecessary. Jerks. My NS is still "working behind the scenes" to make it happen for me. So I'm "on hold" at this point.
If the problem is completely isolated to the foot, it may be a problem with one of the plantar nerves in the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span>. The fact that activities which apply pressure to the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>foot</span> bring out symptoms, and that rest relieves symptoms, may support this. Perhaps a consult with a podiatrist or orthapedic doctor may be reasonable. Otherwise a second opinion with another neurologist may be reasonable. Good luck.
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