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Author Topic: Тrеаtmеnt fоr nоn-аrthrіtіс bоnе mаrrоw еdеmа?  (Read 475 times)

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Offline kneegurugreat

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І hаd а bоnе соntusіоn, but thе bоnе mаrrоw еdеmа wоn't gо аwау еvеn thоugh іt's bееn оvеr 2 уеаrs, аnу suррlеmеnts оr оthеr trеаtmеnts fоr rеduсіng аnd еvеntuаllу rеmоvіng еdеmа?

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Re: Тrеаtmеnt fоr nоn-аrthrіtіс bоnе mаrrоw еdеmа?
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2016, 06:23:25 PM »
How bad was the bone edema? Are you sure you don't mean bone compression?

How do you know it hasn't healed? MRI?

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Re: Тrеаtmеnt fоr nоn-аrthrіtіс bоnе mаrrоw еdеmа?
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2016, 02:07:07 AM »
Yes I had two MRIs and both reports (one taken 7 months later) showed bone edema on the medial femoral condyle, said there was no noticeable change in the edema between both MRIs