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My mri how do i attach jpeg
, i have my mri scan neck

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Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Medical
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
ok ive attached images i have had problems with my neck area and scapular both on my left side for 1 year, 4 things happened around that time last year
1, whiplash from rta
2,cyst formed on left armpit was lanced under g/a but i have feeling they done more than lance cyst
3,tried a pull up excercise and felt pain
4, had a molar tooth removed but dentist could not remove it properly and left bits in and it devoped dry sockeis there anything remarkable on the images ?
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 10 months ago.

Hello

What does your MRI report say

And what do your ordering doctors say?

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
that is why i am on here i am in uk. my gp surgery have removed me from their practice and i have no gp the mri was done at a private clinic and have sent the report only to my gp so i have no access
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 10 months ago.

Nothing really jumps out on these films, but these are only a few cuts.

A good laterally cervical spine is recommended.

Have shown this to a surgeon who has the same opinion.

I suggest that whiplash injuries can be subtle, and structural assessment is needed.

You need to get to an orthopedist for that, even if you have to go private.

Whiplash injury can start, then progress over years.

The correct physiotherapy prevents this.

OK, so that is an initial answer….

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.
that lump on gland on left side in pic1 is nothing?
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 10 months ago.

Nothing abnormal on pic one.

But, you still need the whole MRI evaluated by an orthopedist, in conjunction with physical exam.

even going private, a doctor would have to have ordered the MRI, and there would have had to be a radiologist that ordered it. And, you have a right to the radiology report, regardless of where it is.

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Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 10 months ago.

The lump on the back is normal fat.

Surgeon also sees no abnormal lump.

The fat lump can be a lipoma. Harmless.

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