Is MRI Necessary For Neurological Diseases?
thank you doc Amadeo for the reply to my consultation. the neurologist we consulted suggested that if the problem persists after taking medicine from him then it would be advisable to take a photo at the nearest hospital. my father was a doc trader so it always took a load. If you have relapsed, your back and buttocks hurt, ached, or like your buttocks. if it looks like shrinking skin, buttocks or tepos yes our language kl. if relapsed often his body felt cold around the body of the doc. So from the doctor’s explanation and the continuation of my consultation, what should we do next? does it refer to an internist or an orthopedist? please provide more information. thank you very much for the response.
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
When you see your story, in fact the neurologist who treats your father has given clear instructions. If the pain felt by your father is still persistent after the initial consultation and administration of drugs, then your father is advised to do further examination (can X-ray or CT scan if indeed suspected interference on the bone or MRI if indeed suspected interference on the bone nerves back, depending on the doctor's examination). Often checks to the doctor can not be done only once and in this case the doctor will advise the patient to exercise control again.
If you see the symptoms that you mentioned, the possibility of interference experienced by your father does lead to disorders of the spinal cord, you should bring your father back to the neurologist who previously examined your father (so that examination and treatment can be more sustainable). If indeed the results of further tests are more directed at disorders of the bones or internal organs (as already mentioned by Dr. Amadeo), your neurologist will later refer your father to see an orthopedic doctor or internist.
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