Mri scan of right ankle

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Avatar m tn Can someone please help me understand my MRI results on my right ankle. Here is the written report, unfortunately my Doctor is out of the office until July 16th on vacation and I'd like to be able to understand my report a little better. Report: Bones: There is diffuse bone marrow edema of the navicular bone. A mild, liear, T1 hypointense signal abnormality is seen in the distal aspect of the navicular bone, which could represent a nondisplaced fracture line.
Avatar n tn 2 years of increasing pain in right leg (not knee, ankle, or hip); excrutiationg pain "only" when in an a horizontal position (most noticeable in bed at at night), walking upwards (like a staircase), or stationary in a vehicle for long periods of time (more than a half hour). When I am upright, working (accountant), and even when exercising, I rarely feel any pain at all. Current medical to date: MRI (lumbar) and bone scan; all negative results.
Avatar m tn on outside of my right foot, half way between my ankle and toes, i feel a tearing sensation when i bend my foot at certain angles. the pain level increases the farther i extend my foot. please advise what this may be.
Avatar f tn I had a bad ankle/foot crushing injury 8 months ago. I went for x-rays right away which showed nothing. Then I went 2 weeks later for more x-rays (physio suggested bone scan but doctor wouldn't send me for one) which again showed nothing. At 6 weeks I was referred to a sports medicine doctor. I got a bone scan and ultrasound (to rule out peroneal tears). Bone scan: http://i52.tinypic.com/smdez6.jpg At 8 weeks I got an air cast for the fibula fracture.
Avatar m tn That being said nerve compression (or a neurological disorder) is also a possibility, and a 3T MRI of the ankle would be helpful, as well as an EMG. The 3T (in contrast to the 1T) provides a clearer image of the small nerve sheaths.
Avatar m tn DEAR DR, I HAVE HAD AN XRAY, ULTRA SOUND, MRI AND BONE SCAN. I HAVE A LUMP SIZE OF A 5 CENT PIECE BACK OF ANKLE. PAIN IS 24/7 BUT MORE SEVERE 10/10 WHEN I GET UP AFTER A REST. I HAVE SEEN AN ANKLE SPECIALIST, PHYSIO, PODIATRIST BUT NONE OF THE TREATMENT IS HELPING. NOT ONLY HAVE I SINUS TARSI SYNDROME WHAT I HAVE READ ABOUT MY CONDITION IS CHRONIC TENDONITIS. BUT MY MAIN CONCERN IS THAT THIS IS 4 MONTHS AND I FEEL I WILL NEVER WALK PROPERLY EVER AGAIN.
Avatar m tn 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.
Avatar f tn Get a MRI and CT scan to rule out any pathology. Do not bear weight on the foot. Change the footwear as desired as per the comfort. Take some anti-inflammatory like ibuprofen and take rest.
Avatar f tn MRI not CT is more appropriate for evaluating ligaments of ankle and/or foot.
Avatar n tn Hi, went to orthopedic after mri and he said he may possibly have to break the ankle to repair it. Have you heard of this and could advise why or what's involved in this type of surgery?
Avatar f tn I had my first MRI scan today with contrast of brain and spine, suspected MS. Have been told results take about two weeks. If it was a tumour would I hear sooner. I live in Britain .
Avatar m tn the er doctor just said it was abnormal some sort of delay uptake in right ankle, right hindfoot and mid foot suggest a neuropathic joint this does not have a typical patern of rsd. But my doctor can better explain to me next week . For us to try to get the pain in control he did give me something stronger for pain , and put me back on crutches . It is just so frustrating All I know it hurts and so stiff and so painful to walk and I am not a diabetic.
Avatar f tn I am struggling to maintain any hope in recovering from my injury. On the 9th April I broke my right fibula just above the ankle. Fairly clean break out of the cast in 5 weeks. At this point I was feeling pretty good 1 week ahead of schedule and the consultant telling me I would be running in 4 weeks. I was able to walk unaided within a day of the cast being removed. The hospital confirmed that this was all good. And I was feeling really happy at this point.
Avatar m tn I am 34 year old female with chronic bilateral ankle pain. The pain in my right foot is terrible..my ankle aches all the time, my left foot is bearable. I can't wear shoes other than sneakers, and even wearing sneakers my foot aches. I was diagnosed with sinus tarsi syndrome. Originally in May 2015, I had grade 2 ankle sprain of ATFL ligament and bone edema in calcaneus...this was after completing exercise program T25 and running.
402689 tn?1201578212 2 Inoperable RCC brain tumors 7mm & 11mm to pons area/brain stem were treated with CyberKnife on 9/25 and 10/2/07. No real problems, Last MRI done 12/27/07 tumors appeared to be larger, 13mm & 10mm, some subsequent edema/dizziness took additional steroids, stopped > 3 weeks ago. CONCERN Numbness to right side of head/face/neck right forearm/hand & right ankle/foot has occurred within last week. Called the doc this week and they said to just take it easy.
Avatar f tn 8 weeks ago I fell and injured my right ankle. I had xrays of my foot and ankle that night. Nothing on the xrays. I was told I sprained it. 8 days later due to continuing pain I had my ankle rexrayed. Again negative. I was non weight bearing for 4 days but since then I've been walking on it. I have since had a MRI done at 6 weeks post injury and at 7 weeks post fall I found out that I have a nondisplaced fracture of the talus. I was told to continue as I have been.
Avatar n tn The pain is horrible and burning under the ball of my ankle and up the back of my leg into my calf. I started swelling up again to about a baseball size in my injured ankle and its constant pain. It has been 7 months and I have gotten no better. I have been on Vicodin, Vicoprofin, Ladicane patches, neurotin, lyicra, diladen (just after the spine injection) motrin, ... im sure more. Nothin helps the pain . What can I ask the neurologist when I see him?
Avatar n tn MRI DONE, MRI READING NORMAL. PAIN ONLY ON THE FOOT. BETWEEN START OF TOES AND ANKLE. PAIN WHEN I WALK, STEP DOWN AFTER SITTING OR LYING DOWN.
Avatar f tn It could also be stress fractures of the bones of the foot. You will need MRI of the whole foot, X-rays of the foot, EMG and nerve conduction studies for a confirmed diagnosis. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
Avatar f tn I had initially fractured my ankle and developed Avascular Necrosis in talar area of ankle. My surgeon has conducted several x-rays and I have had MRI, CT scan, and bone scan. Conclusion - pain related to hardware. He refuses to remove the 2 screws however. It has been confirmed by diagnostics that fusion is 100 percent complete too. I have gone to 2 other surgeons; one refuses to go behind another surgeon; the other is disinterested it seems to help me too.
Avatar f tn You need a mri or ct scan on your back asap if it is going numb. The extreme sensitivity can be from a pinched nerve in your back/leg. Do not mess around make sure you go to the dr. I have permanent nerve damage due to undiagnosed herniated disc. I let mine go for too long and now have permanent loss of feeling. If you can not get into a dr or er soon please take it easy with lifting moving and how you sleep so that you do not make matters worse in the mean time.
Avatar f tn This could be due to a disc that is bulging or any number of things. I think your physio did the right thing in ordering an MRI etc so that you'll know for sure. I would in the mean time, however, avoid prolonged standing activities and practice positions where your back is in a more "open" posture, for example, lying on your back with your knees and hips bent and hugging your knees towards your chest. This should take some of the pressure off the nerves in your back.
10256164 tn?1408981241 If its not urget then wait in emergencies they do either mri or cat scan I can't remember which again only emergency. Your wrist can wait :) I've to have an ankle removed hoping I don't get appointment until baby is here!