MRI results

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So about a month ago, my daughter who is 18 was having pelvic pain. We figured appendicitis so we took her to the ER. They did a CT and said appendix was fine, however they found a mass behind her right hip and they could not rule out malignancy, however a vascular malformation was favored. They referred her for MRI. She went April 8th for the MRI and MRA. We waited nearly 2 weeks for results, well come to find out it was more complicated than first thought so they asked her to come back for more views. That was April 22nd. We got the report back and it is so over my head and detailed and complicated sounding to me. Does anyone understand or have any ideas? We are waiting to speak to the doctor but that will be Monday. I work in the medical field but this is above my head!imageimageimage

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    Hi Stephanie, Sorry I only read this now, by now you must have your answer, is she a surgical candidate? I wanted to send my thoughts and prayers for your family...I hope your daughter can get her symptoms relieved...Good Luck & BEST WISHES💒🌈🎶♾💞🐾🍀☮

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    A lot of scientific terms there, i think they should of spoke to you in English. It all seems normal to me. There seems to be a problem with the nerves in her pelvic system. This is what i get from what is being said. There is a lot of scientific terms in the texts. I think they should of simplified the wording.

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