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Intraosseous hemangioma



  • DebswDDebsw South AfricaPosts: 9
    Dear Maehaley,
    My Dr said that there is no need to monitor it at all. I guess he may check on it when I have a repeat MRI, if it is needed to have another one, but he did not say that he would.  I have been for physical therapy too, with immense pain. Been given strong pain meds but nothing is helping currently. Dr will not operate unless pain and numbness progresses below the knee, so in the meantime, I will just keep going with continuous pain. Good luck with your physical therapy and hope it helps
  • maehaleymaehaley PennsylvaniaPosts: 322
    Thanks so much Debsw!!
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