Osteoarthritis mri

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Avatar m tn , injury, other disease, obesity), it is referred to as secondary osteoarthritis of the spine. If osteoarthritis in your case is due to some other medical condition then treating that would eliminate arthritis in the spine. Symptoms usually are pain, stiffness and reduced flexibility. Diagnosis is made with the help of history, evaluation of symptoms, x-rays, blood tests and MRI’s.
Avatar f tn Hi! I have just got my results of my MRI and apparently I have Osteoarthritis. I was diagnosed a few months ago with complete sholder instability and was told I was going to have surgery. I do not have any bankhart lesions but I have a small gap where some bone should be and a few small tears on some ligaments. I have another appointment with my orthopedic doctor on October 14th so im sure I will find out what will happen then but do you have an idea on what surgey I might have?
Avatar n tn No one said anything about arthritis at that time. I had a spine MRI performed in late March. Now all of the sudden I'm riddled with arthritis, and the degeneration is compressing discs and nerves. My Orthopedist seems to feel that the arthritis is not related to the wreck. It's my understanding that trauma to any joints can lead to the onset of arthritis. I have never had the kind of problems I'm having until after the accident.
Avatar n tn I have had ct scans and mri scans. Both show calcification and osteoarthritis from my neck to my lumbar area. I frequently get numbness in my legs and hands, severe pain to the point where walking in unbearable. I can not work around the house for more than 15min a day and employment is at the moment out of the question because my back will spasm severly at any time. I was told that applying for a total and permanent disability to ensure I would not have to try and work. My Dr.
Avatar m tn Hey, My hubby has been diagnosed (with MRI) with severe osteoarthritis is his jaw. My question is.....could excess/regular use of alcohol worsen the symptoms? I am hoping that perhaps a lifestyle change can alleviate some of his issues with OA. He was on Celebrex for a short period but doctor took him off (as its not great long term) to see how he feels. Any other tips, thoughts or helpful ideas are appreciated. Thanks!
Avatar m tn for example, motor vehicle accident, head injury, etc. 3. Have you had an x-ray or other type of imaging (MRI, CT) for your neck 4. Do you have any numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arms or legs? 5. Have you ever had physical therapy, chiropractic therapy for your neck? ~•~ Dr. Parks This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice. The information presented in this posting is for patients’ education only.
Avatar f tn I recently was hospitalised with hemiplegic migraine and osteoarthritis in my spine. I had 4 lumbar punctures which made me almost paralysed but I had no headaches, only leg pains. Everything serious has been ruled out but no one at my local hospital would treat me and I was shunted around the hospital until I lost my temper and said I was leaving with force if need be !
Avatar m tn Feeling sensation in my knees, and jumping muscles behind of my knees I had MRI of brain and neck at first of the March, and no lotion was observed. However, after 8 months, I am with the mentioned symptoms. Thanks.
1378884 tn?1315509445 My Doc had me try some Celebrex which took the edge off the pain and allowed me to be more active but I was far from pain free. Going in for an MRI. Will that tell me which type of arthritis I have or if I have both and what exactly are they looking for?
1459410 tn?1285698605 I have tried acupuncture, which I thought helped some, herbal heat pack, ice, valium, ibuprofen and wear a flat-planed splint for my jaw osteoarthritis. I recently got an MRI after years of suffering and learned about disc displacement, one of them displaced all the time and it's torn. Pool exercise might help you some if they are joints that go underwater. And if you have knee arthritis, I saw on tv where I scientific study was done proving acupuncture can be a help.
Avatar m tn on consulting orthopedic surgeon, a medial meniscus tear was detected in mri for which arthroscopic menisectomy was done in mid november,2009. but to my dismay, instead of expected improvement my condition has become much worse. now, i feel quite stiff in right knee and leg in morning and it is painful to put foot on ground.though, i am walking but not without pain and limping.the joint has become quite unstable and it is painful to use stairs or walk on uneven surface.
Avatar f tn I was diagnosed w/a Bakers cyst several years ago via kneww MRI. I also have severe osteoarthritis in both knees and just about every place else it can be on a human being and I'm only 60. I've had osteoarthritis since I was diagnosed at age 27. AS far as the Bakers Cyst goes, I saw nothing at all that looked different behind that knee but I had a great deal of pain especially when I extended my leg. Then, it went away.
3060903 tn?1398568723 The 10 best blogs for osteoarthritis The 10 best blogs for osteoarthritis Many osteoarthritis blogs can provide support and helpful tips for managing what is often a chronic condition. READ NOW Emotional stress High levels of stress lead to physical symptoms, even in healthy individuals. In people with OA, stress can exacerbate joint pain, which in turn amplifies stress. This may lead to difficulty sleeping, which can further increase a person's sensitivity to pain.
Avatar n tn It would be unlikely for osteoarthritis to present with this many symptoms. You may want to look at a more systemic disorder - including rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus or other rheumatological disease. Blood tests looking at the ANA level and rheumatoid factor can be considered. Imaging the spine with an MRI can be done to evaluate for any nerve compression. A referral to a rheumatologist can be considered to evaluate for the aforementioned conditions.
454422 tn?1211419425 ) Although the prevalence of Baker cysts in patients with inflammatory arthritis is higher than in patients with osteoarthritis, osteoarthritis is much more common than inflammatory arthritis. Using ultrasonography, Fam and colleagues found that 21 of 50 patients (42%) with osteoarthritis had Baker cysts.5 Bilateral cysts were seen in 8 patients (16%). The occurrence of Baker cysts relates directly to the presence of knee effusion and the severity of the osteoarthritis.
Avatar m tn The report describes changes in the knee morphology which may be indicative of osteoarthritis or prolonged inflammation causing synovial proliferation. The treatment is initially conservative with rest, physiotherapy and painkillers followed by active physiotherapy. In cases not responding to treatment, joint replacement may be an option. Do discuss this with your doctor. Take care!
Avatar f tn what does this MRI report mean? findings; there is extensive marrow edema along both sides of the acromioclavicular joint. there is some mild edema extending into the surrounding subcutaneous fat. Additionally there is a partial thickness rim rent tear at the insertion of the supraspinatus that measures about 8 mm in width and 6 mm in length. . IMPRESSION: fairly extensive marrow edema is seen along the margins of the acromioclavicular joint.
Avatar m tn Then, my knees would just ache pretty much chronically. Finally, I visited an orthopedic surgeon as suggested by my wonderful PCP. We did an X-Ray, MRI, and blood work. X ray showed some damage but nothing significant. I have never had any trauma to my knees by the way. The MRI showed that I didn't have much cartilage in my right knee. Blood work came back negative for possible diagnoses like Rheumatoid Arthritis (RF level was normal).
Avatar f tn This is what my MRI findings said and I do not understand. Can anyone help me? This is all because my right leg has been in severe continuous pain for over 3 years and I have to stand to do my job. I need to get rid of this, I cannot do any walking anymore or pretty much anything else. Anyway, here are the findings: "Impression: Mild multilevel lower lumbar spondylosis and lower lumbar facet osteoarthritis as detailed below. No canal or foraminal stenosis.
Avatar m tn Thankyou this helps .
1069378 tn?1255218732 , but my knee never healed and in fact the pain has spread to other parts of my knee and my knee swells very easily when I do anything (upright, sitting, sleeping). The MRI shows that my lateral meniscus is torn again and x-rays show I have osteoarthritis. One of the orthopedic surgeons I saw suggested trying Synvisc injections before resorting to surgery, especially since the surgery will involve removing the rest of my lateral meniscus which will in turn worsen the osteoarthritis.
Avatar n tn Also my neck pops really loudly now, and my shoulder burns and feels heavy. I had a cervical MRI in Sept 2005. My doctor (work comp) said it was normal but put me in PT. This has relieved only the tenseness in the muscles. On my therapy note I saw my Dx was cervical DJD. My question is would he Dx me with this if MRI was normal, and could this be causing the sharp pains or is it more likely continuing nerve damage? And could it also be DJD in my elbow causing the horrific pain in it?
Avatar n tn The past 6 months it has been unbearable. I am under the care of a Pain Management Dr. who sent me for an MRI. I am not clear on the results and would appreciate an understandable explanation. He has given me shots that have somewhat helped, I am still having numbness down my right arm and hand. What is your advice? Do I have to continue living with the pain? MRI: C5-C6: Broad disc osteophyte complex, eccentric to the right, creating mild central canal stenosis.
763362 tn?1236628390 I have been having back problems for about 27 years now and i am only 35, i had my first ever x-ray about a month ago which shows the L5-S1 disc gap very tight whereas all the other discs look healthy. My G.P. mentioned OsteoArthritis from his letter regarding the x-ray. I have been referred to Physio and had an initial assesment where the consultant said that it looks like Degenerative Disc Disease, he said the only way to determine this better is by having an MRI scan, on going back to my G.P.
Avatar f tn I have SEVERE DDD and osteoarthritis, 2 hip implants and getting ready for my 3rd replacement hip implant. My Osteoarthritis began when I was in my teens. I had my FIRST hip implant when I was 35 years old (I needed it when I was diagnosed BUT the implants weren't maed for a young person and wouldn't have lasted very long, so I had to put it off until I was 35 years old). I have Facet Arthritis and have had the RFA (Radio Frequency Ablation).
Avatar n tn I had an MRI of my neck and brain. The report contained lots of terms, etc. that I do not recognize, or understand. What does mild chronic ethmoid air cell disease mean? Also, what is microvascular ischemic disease? What is facet joint disease? What is central stenosis? What are the facet joints "in plain english." What is effacement of the anterior thecal sac mean? What is moderate to severe right neural foraminal stenosis mean?
Avatar n tn I have a continuous pain since more than a year, in my neck, shoulder and all the left side up to the thigh. I made MRI for the neck and below is the result. Please, advise if this requires a surgery.
5814908 tn?1376309134 Hello I had a MRI scan on the 22/04/13 due to chronic headaches over the last few months. I have a history of psoriatic arthritis, cervical spondylosis and osteoarthritis of left hip since 2006. The scan results state multiple demyelinating plaques of ms are noted in bilateral periventricular and pericallosal regions arranged perpendicularly to the ventricular axis. A few of the lesions are also noted in the corpus callosum.