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    Old 06-26-2009, 11:46 PM   #1
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    Question please read: my MRI findings cant walk properly

    please help cant walk properly




    iam having problem in walking properly from past two months especially after i sit and then try getting up i got my MRI done and this is what it syas

    MRI right hip
    findings:
    *there are small focal linear hypointensities in the medial cortex of the right femoral neck with extensive surrounding edema in the neck and proximal shaft region
    *CT sections show these areas as small defects in the medial cortex with no evidence of hyperotosis
    *Rest of the visualized right femur appears normal
    *right hip is normal
    *visualized left femur and left hip joint are normal.
    *visualized soft tissues are normal


    Impression:

    *focal defects in the medial cortex of right femoral neck with surropunding edema. Features suggestive of stress fractures.
    *osteoid osteoma is less likely

    please help me the doctor say he will have to operate and then take a bit of my bone for testing is the operation necessary?

    iam a bit weak physically

    i am a 19 year old female with my wieght being 40 kgs

    please any help would be appreciated

    thanks

     
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    Old 09-07-2011, 07:54 AM   #2
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    Re: please read: my MRI findings cant walk properly

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    please help cant walk properly




    iam having problem in walking properly from past two months especially after i sit and then try getting up i got my MRI done and this is what it syas

    MRI right hip
    findings:
    *there are small focal linear hypointensities in the medial cortex of the right femoral neck with extensive surrounding edema in the neck and proximal shaft region
    *CT sections show these areas as small defects in the medial cortex with no evidence of hyperotosis
    *Rest of the visualized right femur appears normal
    *right hip is normal
    *visualized left femur and left hip joint are normal.
    *visualized soft tissues are normal


    Impression:

    *focal defects in the medial cortex of right femoral neck with surropunding edema. Features suggestive of stress fractures.
    *osteoid osteoma is less likely

    please help me the doctor say he will have to operate and then take a bit of my bone for testing is the operation necessary?

    iam a bit weak physically

    i am a 19 year old female with my wieght being 40 kgs

    please any help would be appreciated

    thanks
    I am 67 years old and anxious to know how your health issue with your leg was resolved. I was in a car accident two years ago and after 6 months of severe pain (worse at night) in upper left femur it was discovered I had a fracture and an osteoid osteoma had formed. This is common in much younger people but not unheard of in senior population.

     
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