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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI, known as the Magnetic Resonance Imaging procedure, serves as a diagnostic tool for imaging and visualizing the body's different organs and tissues. It uses radio waves and a high-energy magnetic field created with a computer's help. MRI can produce three-dimensional images, which helps in visualizing the area from various angles.

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Query: Hello doctor, This is a request to analyze my MRI report. I would expect detailed guidance with what kind of treatment we have to proceed? What is the prescription for the condition and how long to use the prescribed medication? Please reply with the prescription as soon as possible. Please let me...  Read Full »

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I can understand your concern. I have gone through the report you have attached. (attachment removed to protect patient identity). You need urgent immobilization of knee by cast or slab along with painkiller, and anti-inflammatory drugs. The next step is an arthroscop...  Read Full »

Why does my MRI report reveal hyperintense focus subcortical?

Query: Hello doctor, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results say small hyperintense focus subcortical white matter of right frontal lobe is seen, right parasagittal in position, this measures no more than 3 mm and is found in isolation. A gliotic focus is favored. I have an appointment with a neurologist ...  Read Full »

Dr. Anshul Varshney

Answer: Hi, Welcome to See this report needs clinical correlations (attachment removed to protect patient identity). So, I would need to know that for what basic symptoms were this magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) performed?  Read Full »

I fell on the volleyball ground, and now my foot is red and swollen. Please help.

Query: Hi doctor, I fell on the volleyball ground a few days back, and now my foot is red and swollen, and it is hard to walk. Please help. Thanks.  Read Full »

Dr. Shinas Hussain A. P

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I understand your concern. As per your description, you are probably having a sprain in your feet. It is nothing but mild inflammation of your ligaments and nothing to worry about. The probability of a fracture is improbable. You can go for rice therapy, including rest,...  Read Full »

I underwent an MRI scan to know about my brain health. What does my report suggest?

Query: Hi doctor, I am sending you my MRI reports. Please advise about brain health. Thanks.  Read Full »

Dr. Seyedaidin Sajedi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I understand your concern. I reviewed your reports (the attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). According to this report, a small area of insult has been seen in the midbrain. Moreover, the radiologist also has indicated some mild cerebral atrophy. This...  Read Full »

Can fibrotic tissue from my past inflammation cause orbital pain?

Query: Hello doctor, After experiencing idiopathic orbital inflammation over a decade ago. I underwent a biopsy twice due to inflammation accompanied by fibrosis and sclerosis. Although doctors have stated that the disease has subsided. I continue to experience pain and am now taking 15 mg of Prednisone d...  Read Full »

Dr. Souhad Abdulhalim Lawand

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I saw the MRI (attachment removed to protect patient's identity), the sclerotic tissue from which we have to confirm that the pain you are experiencing is mainly neuropathic and emerging not from the sclerotic tissues as much as from the adjacent structures that are ...  Read Full »

I have chronic shoulder pain. Please review my MRI.

Query: Hello doctor, I I have a chronic right shoulder pain, especially when lifting up an arm or moving arm sideways. I have discomfort when resting on my right side in bed. Also feeling a slightly loose shoulder or detached arm when rotating the arm, and the occasional feeling of nerve pinching, although...  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Your shoulder MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) (attachment removed to protect patient identity) is not showing any serious concerns but there are some areas which might be causing mild pain and discomfort during movements. In the coronal images, there is likely early de...  Read Full »

I did a whole-body MRI scan. Can it detect a brain tumor?

Query: Hello doctor, Can the whole body with contrast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) detect brain tumors? I had done the whole body MRI scan six months ago. Now due to arising some neurological symptoms neurologist advised an MRI brain scan with contrast. He said an MRI of the whole body is not worth it ...  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hi, Welcome to The term whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a general term used for imaging multiple parts and it includes the brain, neck, chest, abdomen, and pelvis. The limbs are usually not included. When doing whole-body MRI it is usually a comprehensive investigation d...  Read Full »

I need a second opinion in my MRI scan which says the menisci is normal but I experience pain even after exercising for two months with the same intensity and I can hear clicking sound in my knee.  Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, My MRI scan says that the menisci is normal but I still experience pain even after exercising for two months with the same intensity and I can hear clicking sounds in my knee. So I need to confirm that the MRI report is accurate by having a second opinion. I am also aware that the men...  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I can understand your concern. Your MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) right knee images are reviewed (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity) and my comments are as follows. The medial and lateral meniscus do not show any type of tear or signal changes ...  Read Full »

Does the attached MRI show any sign of cancer?

Query: Hello doctor, I need to have my mother’s MRI read by a radiologist. My mother has had neck pain for at least a year now, and her doctor believes the problem is arthritis, but not sure. My mother went to a physical therapist and had several shots in her neck for pain, but that did not solve th...  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I have read your query in detail and have gone through the MRI reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Please find my observations below. There is a straightening of the cervical spine. Mild degenerative changes are noted in the vertebrae....  Read Full »

I have been experiencing rib pain for the past 5 years now. What are the imaging methods to identify it?

Query: Hello doctor, I underwent a sternum MRI and want to compare the radiologist's response to that of other doctors. The answer indicates there are no changes, however, the photographs show that one rib is different from the others, just where the discomfort is felt ( I have included a photo). I have be...  Read Full »

Dr. Muhammed Hassan

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and can understand your concern. I completely agree with your radiologist's report(attachments removed to protect the patient's identity),. There is nothing on distinct points of view. The image you took shows some artifacts on one plane of images but...  Read Full »

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