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    Default Can anyone read MRI?

    Hi I had a mri this morning on my right hand - xray and ultrasound not conclusive hence mri. Suspected scaphoid fracture, other damage or inflammation in wrist.

    I'm not good at reading scans but this one looks a little iffy to me - anyone able to look and comment? Thanks

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    So you mean that wooshy bit on the left? Sorry I have no idea but I'm curious to hear the outcome!

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    Default Can anyone read MRI?

    Haha yeah that whooshy bit on the left - I think that's the scaphoid bone but I'm not sure it's supposed to have that bit through it. DH says it's the join between the two bones haha we're hopeless at this stuff
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