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Mri showed minimal partial thickness articular surface tearing meaning

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

I recently had an MRI done on my shoulder and it says: Minimal Partial Thickness articular surface tearing along both the insertional fibers of the supraspinatus and... View answer

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

Sir, Good evng, I have following impression of MRI 1) Full thickness supraspinatous tendon tear with retraction. 2) Partial articular surface tear with interstitial fluid in... View answer

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Dr. Aashish Raghu MD

Sir, Good evng, I have following impression of MRI 1) Full thickness supraspinatous tendon tear with retraction. 2) Partial articular surface tear with interstitial fluid in... View answer

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

. No articular surface extension. - Minimal knee joint effusion Based on these observations my doctor has ..., medial, lateral condyles and intercondylar eminence of tibia. - Full thickness... View answer

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Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD

yesterday showed a "low grade bursal surface tear of the posterior supraspinatus tendon obliquely oriented ... concerning for full-thickness tearing of the supraspinatus and... View answer

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Dr. Ramprakash MD

I just received these MRI results on my knee: Medial meniscus shows minimal intrasubstance signal ... is normal. Articular cartilage shows moderate to significant patellofemoral... View answer

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Dr. Mukesh Tiwari MD

MRI scan reveals: - Partial thickness fear along articular surface of posterior portion of supraspinatus tendon. - another partail thickness tear along bursal surface... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Mukesh Tiwari ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. ARUNESH UPADHYAY MD

benefit from MR arthrography to look for occult full-thickness tear. what does all this mean? my dr ... hyperintensity consistent with tendinosis and mild interstitial tearing with... View answer

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Dr.  Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

to the articular surface representing type III meniscal injury. liner high signals are also seen involving .... Anterior cruciate ligament is partially visualized could represent its tear.... View answer

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Dr. K. Naga Ravi Prasad MD

. Partial thickness tear continues all the way into the infraspinatus posterior from this location seen as thinning and increased signal along the articular surface. The majority of this... View answer

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Dr.   Binu Parameswaran Pillai MD

are you reading out an MRI report??

Dr. Saddiq Ulabidin MD

Hi! Thanks for writing. Actually such tears can heal with rest or with bandages wrapped around to restrict mobility or even with some supports in some cases, but you may need to take antibiotic and anti inflammatory...

Dr. Anshul Varshney MD

Dear Friend. You require Athroplastic PCL repair. See your orthopedic surgeon.