Explanation Of Radiological Examination Results?
Good evening doctor, nice to meet you! Today is a day of concern for me, because I have just been able to check the radiographs of vetebra coxxygeus closed invoice clinic. Comparison of AP and lateral projections: – Good curvature and vetebraic position, no listesis is apparent. – Visible oblique defect looks as high as S4-S5. Vetebra density is good. – There is no visible narrowing of the disc. – SI joints and bilateral coxae are good. – Visualized pelvis bones do not appear to invoice. Impression: ● Suspect oblique invoices on vetebra S4-S5, no visible shift. This is the result of consultation with a doctor of internal medicine, I will be referred later on Saturday to consult a doctor on the bones and nerves. Internal medicine doctor said, most likely this surgery will be done. Please explain about the results of my examination, is it true that I will get surgery, can’t my injury recover normally. Thank you for your attention and explanation. Greetings, SIDIK MAULANA P
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The condition of the examination that you submit is a supplementary examination in which this will support the physical examination carried out by the doctor as well as the disorder that you are experiencing so that it will be better if your condition is also checked by a doctor especially a neurosurgeon or a neurologist. In connection with these results in general description illustrated is
The condition of the spinal region is good where according to the anatomical conditions of the person in general There is no narrowed area so there is no impression toward the nerve nerve This is suspected as a diagnosis called spondylosis, a broken condition in the spinal region that can occur due to trauma or severe collisions. Symptoms usually feel pain, spread tingling, disruption to the movement of the leg area.
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