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MRI with contrast on my hip

Thursday, June 08, 2017

just got this from the hospital. see the doctor on the 13th, so anyone who doesn't get this like me, I will let you know what he says. all I know is I had an accident years ago. they kept telling me it's just your sciatica. I kept telling them no way b/c i'd had that pain for 10 years at that point and I know what that feels like, but who can argue, right? well, now I have proof, BUT is there anything I can do about it? probably not. it hurts like a you know what though. let me tell you.

FINDINGS: There is a large labral tear involving the anterosuperior and posterior superior labrum. Chondral degenerative changes are present with ill-defined surface irregularities, primarily in the superior aspect of the joint. Extensive subchondral cyst formation in the posterior superior aspect of the acetabulum. Mildly decreased prominence of the femoral head/neck offset. Minimal tendinopathy of the gluteus medius and minimus attachments. Hamstrings attachment is intact/unremarkable. Minimal tendinopathy of the iliopsoas tendon. Rectus femoris tendon is unremarkable. Ischial femoral space is preserved. IMPRESSION: Chondral labral degenerative changes with associated labral tearing as described in detail above, most notable in the superior/posterior superior aspect of the joint.
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  • FINGERS51970
    these are the findings. see the doc on the 13th. i'll let you all know what the plan is. and thank you

    1472 days ago
    OH my goodness. So what's your treatment plan now? Wishing you luck.
    1473 days ago
    I am so sorry, Dawn! I am praying for you. So, are they going to do a hip replacement? My Aunt just finished her 2nd...she did one then the other...and is doing great! Hugs!!!!
    1473 days ago
    glad you have an answer but sorry you are in so much pain
    1473 days ago
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