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MRI showed nonspecific hyperintense narrow focus on the left introch femur. What does this mean?

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An MRI found "nonspecific 8mm hyperintense narrow focus on the left introch femur"
Posted Fri, 5 Apr 2013 in X-ray, Lab tests and Scans
 
 
Answered by Dr. Samik Basu 2 hours later
Hi ,
Thank you for your query.
I can understand your problem.
This is a non specific finding signifying inflammation.This has to be corroborated with the clinical findings of the patient.
What are your complaints?
If you have any further queries you are free to consult me.
Hope this answers your query.
Wishing a speedy recovery.
Have a nice day.
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Follow-up: MRI showed nonspecific hyperintense narrow focus on the left introch femur. What does this mean? 9 minutes later
pain when resting, just a general soreness. This was found uincidentally. Can it be cancerous?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Samik Basu 9 minutes later
Hi,
This is a non specific finding.
It is unlikely to be cancerous.If your symptoms increase with time then consult with an orthopedic.
Thanks
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