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T10 protusion

Derek12DDerek12 Posts: 1
edited 03/08/2015 - 6:16 AM in New Member Introductions
I realsie I cannot ask for an for interpretation of MRI in this forum

However could somebody point me to some specific example MRI images of T10 - T11 so I can compare the protusion severity with my sons MRI of which I have a copy.

I am not comfortable with decsions made so far, and am trying to guage if we should be getting another opinion. Any non commital help via the forum or private correspondence would be so much appeciated.

Derek

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