Common "Mri" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


MRI or magnetic resonance imaging is an imaging test that uses magnetic and radio waves to produce images of organs inside the body. It can be used to the diagnose brain and spinal cord anomalies, tumors, cysts, breast cancer, heart problems, and endometriosis.

Recently Answered Questions Recently Answered Questions

All the answers published in this website are written by verified medical doctors, therapists and health experts. The Content has been moderated by iCliniq medical review team before publication. Post your medical clarifications on iCliniq by choosing the right specialty and get them answered. Your medical queries will be answered 24/7 by top doctors from iCliniq.

How are adrenal tumors diagnosed?

Query: Hi doctor,The doctor prescribed me a CT scan with contrast, but I have thyroid disease, and I have already done several CT scans this year in connection with COVID-19. Is there any difference in diagnosing adrenal tumors if I undergo an MRI scan without contrast on a modern, powerful machine?  Read Full »

Dr. Zulfiqar Ahmed

Answer: Hi, Welcome to For the adrenal gland, first is to do the hormone tests, and if these suggest any abnormalities, then to go for imaging. There are numerous imaging modalities, including CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) imaging, ultrasonography (US), and nuclea...  Read Full »

Please help me understand the outcome of my brain tumor surgery.

Query: Hi doctor, Three months back, I had CyberKnife surgery for a brain tumor. Today, I had my MRI again. I want to know the report. Please explain.  Read Full »

Dr. Uphar Gupta

Answer: Hi, Welcome to The MRI brain indicates that the mass is exerting pressure on the fifth cranial nerve, responsible for transmitting sensations from the face to the brain. Encouragingly, the vital cavernous sinus remains uncompressed, indicating that the mass can be surgically removed. Ki...  Read Full »

Please explain my father's health issue with the help of the attached reports.

Query: Hi doctor, There is a health issue for my father. We did an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) brain scan of his head. He is on Oxetol 300 mg from yesterday.   Read Full »

Dr. Solanki Chirag Natwarbhai

Answer: Hello, Welcome to As per the papers shared (attachment removed to protect patient identity), your father's CT (Computed Tomography) is showing some mass or tumor in the brain and because of which he is having one-sided seizures. I would like to look at MRI images to suggest possible tr...  Read Full »

What is NCCT?

Query: Hi doctor, What is NCCT scan? Does it have any side effect?  Read Full »

Dr. Sagar Ramesh Makode

Answer: Hello, Welcome to NCCT, or non-contrast computerized tomography, is an advanced imaging technique akin to an elevated form of X-ray. It involves the acquisition of multiple X-ray images of the targeted body area, which are then assembled to create a more detailed image compared to stan...  Read Full »

Is the tumor detected in my dad's MRI cancerous?

Query: Hi doctor, My father is 56 years old and healthy. Since last few months, he is suffering from sudden chewing like action and unconsciousness or seizure like situation. This situation remains the same for some time. During the MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) test, our doctor informed about the tumor...  Read Full »

Dr. J. Mariano Anto Bruno Mascarenhas

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I have gone through your query with diligence and I would like you to know that I am here to help you. The reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity) denote that there are two problems. Reduced blood supply to brain and a small tumor (brain cancer). As per ...  Read Full »

Could you please tell me what is the lesion in my clivus from MRI reports?

Query: Hi doctor, Could you tell me what is the lesion in my clivus or the spot near my cerebellum? My current symptoms are pain, instability, confusion, difficulty in concentrating, thinking and personality changes. I do not know if there is a relation with the lesion in the clivus, or the borrelia infect...  Read Full »

Dr. Nene Devavrat Harihar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I went through the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Chronic neuroborreliosis can present with an intracranial space-occupying lesion that mimics tumors. This also looks like a chronic borrelial lesion to me, provided serology is positive for B...  Read Full »

Is stroke with bleeding serious or without bleeding?

Query: Hi doctor, I got a stroke but I do not know how to explain it. Twice I was bleeding along with the stroke. One type of bleeding was chronic and the other one was acute. I would like to know which type of bleeding is dangerous? And also explain the reason for the same.  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hi, Welcome to An acute hemorrhage is for a short duration but very dangerous. The reason being a sudden build up of pressure in the brain. In case of chronic bleeding it is not so dangerous but it will remain for a long period. In this case there is a gradual increase of pressure in t...  Read Full »

Why is my body paining?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 42-year-old male. Two months back, one fine day, when I woke up I had acute pain in my whole body. I was unable to stand up, walk or pull anything. I had pain in and around the knees, elbow, and wrist. I consulted a general physician and got the uric acid test done. My uric acid w...  Read Full »

Dr. Anshul Varshney

Answer: Hi. Welcome to Your diagnosis is right and you have inflammation of your joints leading to pain. The medicines given to you by your doctor are disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs). They would offer you relief in the long term. You would need to either take nonsteroidal anti-i...  Read Full »

What causes imbalance in walking?

Query: Hello doctor,Age: 55 years old.Sex: Male.Height: 5.4 feet.Weight: 154 lbs.Initial symptoms noticed before two months:1. Slight imbalance in walking.2. Unable to walk properly, unable to control the direction of legs.3. Needed support of a wall (sometimes) or a person.4. Unable to walk on uneven road...  Read Full »

Dr. Divakara. P

Answer: Hi, Welcome to It appears that the patient is having neurological problems at multiple levels. The causes for imbalance while walking: The problem in the cerebellum (part of the brain), is unlikely in this case as the MRI of the brain was normal (attachment removed to protect patie...  Read Full »

My friend is a 28-year-old male diagnosed with synovial lung sarcoma a year ago, received about four to five cycles of chemotherapy and underwent total tumor resection. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor,My friend is a 28-year-old male diagnosed with synovial lung sarcoma a year ago. He received about four to five cycles of chemotherapy and underwent total tumor resection afterward.A couple of months later, a cardiac tumor was found and total resection was done as well. After four month...  Read Full »

Dr. Rakesh Mittal

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I can understand your concern. Synovial sarcoma of the lung is a very rare disease. You are confusing between gene mutation and metastasis. Gene mutations occur during disease progression and are responsible for more and more mutations. But we do not know why your frie...  Read Full »

ask-doctor-img Ask a Doctor Online

* Your first query consult is free!

Search for a Health Issue

Disclaimer: No content published on this website is intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, advice or treatment by a trained physician. Seek advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with questions you may have regarding your symptoms and medical condition for a complete medical diagnosis. Do not delay or disregard seeking professional medical advice because of something you have read on this website. Read our Editorial Process to know how we create content for health articles and queries.