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Impression from an MRI

Please translate this info from the impressions of a MRI

1. two adjacent soft tissue lesions which appera to arise in the superficial fascia. Differential considerations include nerve sheath tumors and sarcoma. Less likely possiblity would be hematoma if any history of trauma existe
2. Patchy marrow signal probably reflects red marrow conversion.
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ho caryn,
whose MRI is it?
There is a tumor like condition in the afected region (sarcoma/nerve sheath tumor).
I suggest you to consult a neurosurgeon / orthopaedician at the earilest.

regards  

PS - keep us posted.
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What state are you in? I hear the surgery is painful and can cause chronic pain yet if you don't do it it may/will?? grow making it harder to remove. I too am trying to find an answer. If you decide what to do can you email me? ***@****
My best to you.
Lynne
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