A 59 years old male, complain on chest and low back pain due to traumatic injury one week ago. Don't move anywhere..... Please suggest your valuable opinion.

1 Like

LikeAnswersShare

X-RAY STUDIES .. LOOKS NORMAL .. NEED'S .. FURTHER EVALUATION WITH .. MRI..STUDY .. SYMPTOMATIC T/T WITH CLINICAL CORRELATION ..

Valuable opinion
0

View 1 other reply

No bony injury detected in chest and spine.

# of ribs seen rt side posterior. Aspect Degenaritive changes lm spine Rx paracetamol 1000 1 to 3 times Hot fomentation D vitamin calcium supplement Deep respiration several times a day Immobilation rt chest by strapinh sos Physiotherapy when he is able to cooppraye

Valuable opinion
0

X Ray findings are normal. For more micro study of impact, initiate for MRI.

Valuable opinion
0

No bony injury seen Muscular pain Symptomatic treatment

Valuable opinion
0

I can't see any significant traumatic injury to the chest or spine. Pain should subside in a few weeks. However, for severe or persistent pain and disability --> Get an MRI screening of whole spine done.

Valuable opinion
1

X ray looks normal MRI spine needs to rule out injury

Valuable opinion
0

Chest- NAD SPINE- Lumbar OA ,# spinous process of L4.

Thanks,Dr.Vijay Kumar Singh.
1

View 2 other replies

X-RAY LS SPINE SHOWS DEGENERATIVE CHANGES WITH MILD SCOLIOSIS, OTHERWISE NO BONY ABNORMALITY OR FRACTURE. X-RAY CHEST IS NAD. RX, ORAL MUSCLE RELAXANT ORAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ORAL NSAIDS PHYSIOTHERAPY OPINION OF ORTHOPAEDIC PHYSICIAN

Anterior vertebral bodies shows osteophytic lesions. Posterior end ribs fractures needs to be ruled out.

Valuable opinion
0
Load more answers