Why is my 19 months old daughter having constipation since we started giving her solid food? - Answered in Paediatrics

We should try to rule out any significant medical causes like anal stenosis and for this, you have to visit a pediatric surgeon … View thread »

Is it normal to have pain and tightness post hemorrhoidectomy? - Answered in Internal Medicine

 I think I have anal stenosis ... Pain could be due to fissure and stenosis of the anal opening, but it needs a physical examination to confirm it … View thread »

After analysis of pleural effusion fluid, diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer. - Answered in Medical oncology

Dear Doctor, After analysis of pleural effusion fluid, my mother has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer - CUP, poorly differentiated carcinoma ... degenerative arthritis, scoliosis, stenosis, spontaneous fracture of t11, numerous treatments for UTI that were positive for WBC, leukocytes, but not nitrates or positive cultures … View thread »

Please help me understand my mom's MRI report of the lumbar spine. - Answered in Neurology

She also has a history of anal fissures, which was surgically treated twice ...  Ligamental and facet hypertrophy is also contributing to foraminal stenosisView thread »

I never had an injury. Why do I still have persistent back pain? - Answered in Rheumatology

On the cervical spine MRI, it stated that I had a narrowing of the canal with degenerative disc disease with no spinal cord abnormality ... however, there is no significant canal stenosisView thread »

Is my back pain, a nerve problem? - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

Lumbar canal stenosis ... Apply analgesic gel to the affected region and hot water bag or hot fomentation is also greatly helpful … View thread »

My x-ray report shows that I have lumbar spondylosis. Do I have to get an MRI? - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

From you description, you do not seem to have any leg symptoms, like sciatica like pain or lumbar canal stenosisView thread »

Please explain my mother's MRI findings. - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

Her MRI revealed a diffuse bulge of L4-L5 disc with ligamentum flavum hypertrophy causing severe canal stenosis with compression over transversing and existing nerve roots … View thread »

What causes numbness in hand and feet for three weeks? - Answered in Radiology

There is no significant cervical spinal canal stenosis in the given images ... There is no significant thoracic spinal canal stenosis in the given images … View thread »

Can you look at my MRI and explain the reason for burning pain in feet? - Answered in Neuro surgery

Your MRI report (attachment removed to protect patient identity) findings are as follows: Lumbar lordosis is diminished with a narrow spinal canal suggestive of congenital spinal canal stenosisView thread »

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