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Offline smelton5

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MRI Report
« on: October 08, 2004, 03:46:59 AM »
I just got my MRI report back.  Among other things it says that I have a "prominent patellar tilt".  My concern is that my Dr. says I have no patellar tilt from looking at my X-Rays.  Which is correct? ???  I have seen my X-Rays and I can't see where my patella is tilted.  Which is more likely to be correct?  Thanks in advance for the advice!

Stacy
bilateral dislocating kneecaps, since 6 yrs. old, shallow grooves and lateral tracking patellas,  PT not helping L knee, VMO advancement L knee scheduled 1/10/05

Offline RGrelsamer, MD

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Re: MRI Report
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2004, 10:25:42 PM »
The physical examination is still the best test.......
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Offline sweetheart0517

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Re: MRI Report
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2004, 12:40:06 AM »
well i went to the os for a partial acl tear and he told me that he could not feel one but did notice that i have patellar tilt in my leg....the biggest thing is if your confused talk to them cause i made that mistake and now have to go to another person to get a 2nd opinion....good luck
Lateral release 1-12-2005
Pt for what feels like forever...