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Help understanding mri report

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  • Hello. Sorry about your pains :-( but wanted to share something that helped me read my MRI. I am a college student and when I had my MRI I had to wait a whole weekend to get the report but I had the DVD with it on it... I opened the disc on the comp and went to YouTube and found a lecture explaining what different things meant on an MRI. I typed in what area the MRI was done on and found a lecture that honestly helped me understand it. I hope this helps. Good luck.
    Julie Barber
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