Diagnosis, 3T MRI


Postby curious1 » Wed May 08, 2013 7:29 am

Of the different types of scans available to diagnose P.N entrapment which is the best technically? Could you list the various types? I know of MRN, and 3T only. Could you explain the second one? How are they different, and which is the best?
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Re: scans

Postby helenlegs 11 » Wed May 08, 2013 8:36 am

There have been discussions about this in the past Curious. I would say that if a vote was cast Hollis Potters 3T scan would come out on top here. Here is one discussion, although from some time ago.
Fall 2008. Misdiagnosed with lumber spine problem. MRN June 2010 indicated pudendal entrapment at Alcocks canal. Diagnosed with complex variant piriformis syndrome with sciatic, pudendal and gluteal entrapment's by Dr Filler 2010.Guided piriformis botox injection 2011 Bristol. 2013, Nerve conduction test positive; new spinal MRI scan negative, so diagnosed for the 4th time with pelvic nerve entrapment, now recognised as Sciatic, pudendal, PFCN and cluneal nerves at piriformis level.
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