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My MRI results

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by SaveMe, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. SaveMe

    SaveMe

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    Hi guys, just wanted to share my MRI . Although its not specific to CFS there are some unusual findings:

    read on please....
     
  2. SaveMe

    SaveMe

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    additional

    up to date


    "mild signal in left lower lung may represent artifact from cardiac pulsation".
    ..."the bladder is distended"
    "distended gallbladder"
    "coarse liver texture"


    "low Vitamin D"
    "elevated Ig-e"



    here are my next moves: repeat liver u/s, chest u/s, pulmunologist, immunologist, neurologist, igf1, NPY, vo2 max. fmri, semen anyalsis, hep c, substance p, sjogrens, leptin, cyst, Il-1, Al well go from there...
     
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    SaveMe

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    I want more from medicine, than medicine has to offer.
     
  4. Esther12

    Esther12 Senior Member

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    lol. At least you realise it.

    You're getting some thorough testing. I never had all that. Hopefully you get some useful info.
     

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