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March 6, 2015 at 2:20 pm #801
Hi, I’m wondering what you think of this ct scan of my neck. Can you see the sclerotic lesion &/or anything else? I also have some new mri pictures I’ll try to post later. The ct & mri report both mention the sclerotic lesion at tip of dens of c2. The ct scan was done 11/2014& mri was done 12/2014 but they both said different things except they both noted the sclerotic lesion. Strangely the ct scan report said there’s degeneration of atlantoaxial joint but didn’t mention anything about osteophyte complexes. The mri scan report said they didn’t see degeneration of atlantoaxial joint but said there’s some broad based osteophyte complexes at c4-5 & most notable at c5-6 & 6-7 that incompletely efface csf. My Dr has referred me to an orthopedic surgeon. Curious if any of you can see anything? I’ve had severe neck pain for years & feels like pots but haven’t been tested for it yet. I can’t figure out how to decrease the pixel size of my photos to post them here.Can anyone help me? Here they are on my Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153186112201520&set=a.10153186110221520.1073741825.652316519&type=3&theater;March 6, 2015 at 8:23 pm #5342
Hows this:-March 7, 2015 at 3:17 am #5343
Thank you so much Barbara!!March 7, 2015 at 3:22 am #5344
Wonderful! Thank you so much Barbara!! How did you do it I wonder? I really appreciate your help., is there anyway you could help me put the other 3 pictures up here too? I’m thinking this one has the green letters over the top of c2 but I think the other pics maybe show more..? If you can help they should be right on my Facebook where this picture is, or I can post links 🙂 Hope you’ve had a good day.March 7, 2015 at 8:46 pm #5347
I simply took a ‘screen capture’ of your image (by holding down the [fn] button and pressing the [prt sc] button, on my laptop) this copies whatever’s on your screen to the ‘clipboard’.
Then I opened the Microsoft program called ‘Paint’ and from the Edit drop-down menu there, selected ‘Paste’, which copies whatever is on your ‘clipboard’ into a new document.
Then I saved it as a .jpeg file.
Note: you can crop the picture to get rid of the background and resize it, using this software.March 7, 2015 at 10:55 pm #5349
Ok thank you Barbara, I appreciate your help so much.I’ll try to do what you taught me 🙂 this is my brothers iPad I’m using & Ive never owned any touchscreen device before so I’m really new at this lol. I’m hoping to get my mri images posted too to see if anyone can help me understand better. I really want to be able to see what the Doctors see…I don’t know why lol I guess curiosity & maybe validation too? Anyhow , hope you’re having a wonderful night 🙂March 10, 2015 at 10:55 am #5358Dr. DianaKeymaster
Barbara, I just wanted to send you a virtual (((hug))). Thank you for helping so many of us.;)March 11, 2015 at 11:37 am #5363
Lol – much needed ‘hug’ gratefully received, thank you.
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