Mri scan knee results

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Avatar f tn hi had mri 29th dec noticed radiologist point and show other radiologist then came in asked who ordered scan my doc or a neuroilogist seemed strange havent got results yet but only been wk
Avatar n tn Hi. I am a 33 year old very active male and I recently had an MRI on my right knee and was hoping someone could help me in understanding the results.. I have had pain for a few years but it seems to have gotten worse over the last year I have a follow up appointment on the 15th with Ortho and I just want to be intelligent about my Knee (i.e. how bad is this?) issue before I go in. My results are below, any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Avatar m tn I went straight to my GP and was booked in for a MRI scan. The results came back. There is an oblique degenerative tear of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus. 15.4x7.3mm intercondylar notch cyst abutting the posterior margin of the root of the PCL. Moderate knee joint effusion. Normal retropatellar cartilage. Noosteochondral Injury. Will I need surgery or will it heel on its own? Help please.
Avatar n tn He has had x-rays, a bone scan, and we are waiting for an MRI result. He shows one sign of hip displasia, the crease behind his right knee is higher then the left, but the x-ray and bone scan shows there is none. he has no bone fractures and the doctor is bafled by his limp. THe only reason the MRI is being done is because I insisted on it. Is there anyone else out there with the same problem or any other testing ideas to help find out what is wrong with my child?
Avatar n tn The medial meniscus is moderately diminitive in size through the midzone and to a lesser externt the posteriorly consistent with propr partial meniscal resection. There are horizontal signal alterations within the midzone extending from the truncated free edge which do not significantly enhance.
1087481 tn?1391442376 Can you please explain what these results of a knee MRI mean? "...slight increased signal to the medial femoral condyle near the insertion of the medial collateral ligament..." Thank you!
Avatar n tn My neuro is sent the written report of the MRI results. When I see my neuro for follow up, I bring the MRI disc. He looks at it then, and reviews it with me. I only get a copy of the radiologists report if I ask for it. Sorry you are feeling stressed out. If you want to share more of your story, perhaps others on this site can offer suggestions/support of how to move forward in getting help.
Avatar n tn d been having pain on the back of my knee, as well as on each side of my knee cap. My knee had been stiffening and locking if I climbed up more than a flight of stairs. The MRI came back last week, and I was told that it thankfully isn't serious, is inflamed in a few areas, to RICE it and to take ibuprofen. The impressions listed on the MRI were: 1.
Avatar f tn Back at the beginning of december i injured my knee. I had been about to kneel down when my leg gave out and i landed on my knee with it bent in a very awkward way. I had swelling and great amounts of pain and dull ache and after seeing a doctor in A&E was booked for an mri scan and put into a lockable brace which i wore for around 6 weeks as he was sure i'd suffered mcl injury. The scan showed no cartilage damage and no real mcl damage which was suspected.
Avatar f tn Initially when trying to diagnose my husband, his docs ordered an MRI, and we were given an appointment the same week, and we were told results are available within 48 to 72 hours. (Due to imbedded metal my husband ended up doing a CT Scan, for which results were available within 24 hours.) Best of luck to your friend.
Avatar f tn Say about a month after that, I had had a blackout one night (from way too much drinking) I think I fell over, my knee felt so heavy like i was wearing a boot, and i had pins and needles up adn down my leg (still able to feel leg etc just felt heavy) I went to specialist and had an MRI on knee performed showing a small tear in my miniscus (knee ligament) He said not to operate as operating never helps So as of right now i'm back to worrying as #1 I was suffering exstreme migrains, up back
Avatar n tn Especially when she moves or walks, she says her both bottoms(where she sits), sometimes hips are hurting so much. Does she need to have MRI or tomography and can she use MRI or tomography with her replacements? Her knee replacement brand is Zimmer and four components: Zimmer, NextGen, Complete Knee Solution, Legacy Knee-Posterior Stabilized LPS-Flex Femoral Component Option Size D, Right.
Avatar m tn Ask your Dr if an MRA would be best and then depending on those results, possibly an MRI Cine. There is much speculation at this point but enough to indicate the need for further testing. I remember the first results I read indicated a possible aneurysm in a very dangerous location ... etc. Turns out its Chiari. CT results are often preliminary findings. Hopefully you will get some much needed good news soon.
Avatar f tn My joints hurt so bad that I just want to not move. MRI shows moderate arthritis in my knee and back. My fingers are so stiff and painful. Not to mention severe spinal stenosis. I am trying to work to keep my insurance but this is so awful. Oh strong pain medication but nothing is helping. Could this be lupus? Anyone have the same pain and lab results? Please help me.
Avatar n tn Fast forward to 3 months later. MRI shows my knee is healed but still have tightness and when I keep my knee bent a pulling sensations goes up into my lower back. Now my lower back and hips kill me all the time when i walk. I can walk less now (41/2 months later) than I could when the accident first happened. Also the muscles in my back seem to be pulling . It is hard to hold my head up at times. Sometimes my hands go numb and I can feel a pulling down my left arm.
553692 tn?1215277731 Hi, I have an mri scan results and I thought I simply had a torn meniscus, however my mri showed up, Large bone infarction of the proximal tibia metaphysis and proximal diaphysis. There is also a large bone infarct in the medial femoral condyle which extends to the articular surface, with moderate bone marrow edema. There is a small in farct of the posterior weight bearing surface of the lateral femoral condyle and a mild infarct of the trochlea.