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Hello, everybody. I have a lumbar spine report that I need interpreted before i see the doctor.
Technique: the examination is a precontrast and postcontrast magnetic resonance study of the brain. It consists of sagital and axial pre and post contrast T1 weighted acquisitions, and ADC map. the examination is also a non contrast and post contrast magnetic resonance study of the lumbosacral spine. It consists of sagittal and axial acquisitions. One of the sagittal acquisitions is fat saturated. Post contrast examinations were done following intravenous infusion of 20 milliliters of Multihance.
Now before I see this doctor and says there's nothing wrong with me (it's possible something could be wrong) I wan't to be welll informed on this report so that i can ask any specific questions if i have to.
I would greatly appreciate some input guys
thanks so much, Nick