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What is a subcortical lesion in the right sacroiliac joint and what are the findings from the MRI of sacrum and coccyx?

Feb 2014
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i would like to know what bone lesion are what is a subcorticl lesion in the right sacrialliac joint what is geographic lesio in the right iliac bone i have pain string and i feel it is in my XXXXXXX maybe i is referred pain but i had an mri of sacrum and coxxyx and this is what it said
Posted Tue, 14 Jan 2014 in Bones, Muscles and Joints
Answered by Dr. Saurabh Gupta 1 hour later
Brief Answer: Suggestive of sacroillitis. Detailed Answer: Hi, Thanks for your query. These lesions on sacroiliac joint and iliac bone suggestive of sacroilitis. It is inflammation of sacroiliac joint. Treatment of this may include combination of rest , physical therapy and medications. Hope this will help you. Let me know if you have any more concerns.
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Follow-up: What is a subcortical lesion in the right sacroiliac joint and what are the findings from the MRI of sacrum and coccyx? 35 minutes later
is this like hlb27 which came back negative/once positive is it inflammatory arthritis who do you go for it what do i use if it is inflammation do i go to a otho doctor or hip doctor is from something i eat inflation or an infection
Answered by Dr. Saurabh Gupta 24 hours later
Brief Answer: Consult an orthopaedician. Detailed Answer: Hi, It may be a part of an inflammatory arthritic condition known as ankylosing spondolytis. You can take antiinflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin , others) and acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) to relieve pain and inflammation associated with sacroiliitis. Modifying or avoiding the types of activities that aggravate your pain may help reduce the inflammation in your sacroiliac joints. Proper posture is important. Alternating ice and heat may help relieve sacroiliac pain. I suggest you to consult an orthopaedician proper diagnosis and management. It is not related to eating something. In rare cases it could be due to infection.
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