I'll be seeing an orthopedic specialist Friday, but for now looking for some input. Here is the condensed version of my MRI Report:
Fat containing benign hemangiomas are seen within the T7, T8, T12, and L2 vertebral bodies, and a probable atypical hemangioma is seen within the posterior aspect of the right side of the T8 vertebral body, extending into the right pedicle.
I'm a 38 year old woman who has been experiencing pain in my mid back for a year. I'm now having pain in my right hip, knee, foot, numbness in hands and nausea. For over a year I've had low platelets and white blood cells, but every test done rules out cancer and other diseases/disorders.
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