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MRI result help

reneereerreneeree Posts: 2
edited 01/24/2015 - 7:30 PM in Lower Back Pain
Hello all! I just found this forum and recently had an MRI and havent seen a ortho DR yet. These are a few of the findings. Can anyone tell me what any of them mean?

Multilevel lumbar disc, endplate along with moderate/severe
multilevel lumbar facet arthrosis

Mild bilateral inferior sacroiliac degenerative arthrosis with
trace edema observed along the iliac side of the joint most
likely reflecting a manifestation of osteitis condensans iliac

Signal alteration within the superior
and anterosuperior labrum, most likely
reflect labral degeneration

Mild left hip joint osteoarthrosis characterized by inferomedial
femoral head marginal osteophyte along with
mild intrasubstance chondral degeneration throughout the
acetabular and femoral head articular cartilage without a
full-thickness chondral defect evident

ANY help interpreting these results would be great. Thanks!



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