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Black spot on femoral head mri

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, but MRI showes clearly that there is the lesion, and my femoral head hasn't collapsed. I have two ...I'm a patient of ANFH ( Avascular Necrosis of Femur Head ) in China. My problem is caused ...

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) For last six months my dad was unable to walk properly due to problem in hip. Doctor after taking MRI they suggest THR for my dad for his hip. They said femoral head has multiple fractures .. 2) does ceramic THR ...

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and I am starting to walk now after a month. There was a fracture at the femoral head and doctor avoided to pin it to avoid AVN and said that the part of the head which had come out wont interfere ...

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Horrible hip pain , not relieved with steriods. Mri says a 1.5cm cyst on femoral head. What will they do? Radiologist seemed to gocus just on SI joint due to inflammation in the past. To my eye it looks ...

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. 3. Reactive microtrabcular marrow change and subchondral findings to the right femoral head ...I had an MRI done without contrast for hip pain . There were many impressions and I am not sure ...

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have pain in the joint, swelling and my leg will not straighten. I am 50 YO Female. I had an MRI and the DR just said I have femoral condylitis. Will this ever straighten out? The DR said it will just take ...

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abnormalities. Sacroiliac joints are normal. Impression : MRI study revealed : Left femoral head & neck lesion ...MRI of Left HIP Joint Procedure : Coronal = T1, T2 and Fat suppressed T2, Axial = T2 and PD ...

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What is the subcortical bone marrow edema in the upper hemisphere of the left femoral head. The mri ... of the femoral head, with some images suggesting a low signal intensity line which defines the boundary ...

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What is the recommended treatment for MRI results which indicate lateral femoral condyle bone bruise with subtle subchondral nondisplaced fracture plus bone bruise of fibular head with associated ...

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the femoral head-neck juncture. no acute fracture is seen. no acute osseous abnormality. ...

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days. i had lumbar mri, exray on hip and there was stenosis, bulging discs, sponylosis. i,ve had all this for years, and probably had femoral neuropothy .....but the numb bowel movent and color freaked me ou. ...

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for an MRI. Is there a possibility this is the beginning signs of cancer. He did express concern and also ...

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Had mri done on right knee findings where nothing but a tiny 5mm focus of increased pd fs signals within the distal femoral metaphysis likely representing very small enchondroma or less likely red marrow ...

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got MRI scan report following impression : 1. Tear of femoral attachment of ACL 2. Partial tear ... femoral condyle 4. mild to moderate effusion. appears. Please guide, how this can be cured. ...

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My MRI Scan gave the following reports - Depressed Fracture of lateral femoral and tibial condyles ... of tibia and fibula) complete tear of posterior cruciate ligament from its femoral attachment ...

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are you reading out an MRI report??