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MRA brain
Internal carotid; anterior cerebral, middle cerebral, posterior cerebral; and basilar artery are patent and demonstrate no evidence of narrowing or aneurysm.


MRI Ankle
FINDINGS: 
Tendons:
Achilles tendon is normal in size, shape and signal characteristics.
Flexor tendons are unremarkable.
Extensor tendons are unremarkable.
Peroneal tendons are unremarkable.

Plantar fascia:
Plantar fascia is normal in thickness and signal characteristics.

Ligaments:
Medial collateral ligaments are intact. Spring ligament is unremarkable.
Anterior talofibular ligament is unremarkable.
Posterior talofibular ligament is unremarkable.
The visualized portion of the calcaneofibular ligament is unremarkable.
Distal anterior tibiofibular ligament is unremarkable as visualized.
Distal posterior tibiofibular ligament is unremarkable as visualized.

Joint fluid:
There is no evidence of ankle or subtalar joint effusions.

Sinus tarsi:
Normal fat signal is demonstrated in the sinus tarsi.

Osseous structures and cartilage:
No osteochondral defects along the talar dome are demonstrated.

IMPRESSION:
Normal MRI of the ankle.


MRI C spine without
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the cervical spine without contrast was obtained.

FINDINGS:
The visualized portion of the spinal cord is unremarkable.
No evidence of spondylolisthesis. No disk height loss.
At the C2/C3 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the C3/C4 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the C4/C5 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the C5/C6 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the C6/C7 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the C7/T1 level, no spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing.
Paraspinal soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable c-spine MRI.


MRI Elbow
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the elbow in various planes without contrast.
FINDINGS:
Tendons:
Triceps tendon is unremarkable.
Biceps tendon is unremarkable.
Brachialis tendon is unremarkable.
Common flexor tendons are unremarkable.
Common extensor tendons are unremarkable.

Ligaments:
Lateral ulnar collateral ligament is unremarkable.
Medial collateral ligament complex is unremarkable.

Joint:
There is no evidence of elbow joint effusion.

Bones and cartilage:
No osteochondral defects are demonstrated.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the elbow.


MRI Hip
TECHNIQUE: MR images of the hip were obtained in various planes.
FINDINGS:
Joint:
There is no evidence of hip joint effusion.
Bursa:
No evidence of iliopsoas or greater trochanteric bursitis is demonstrated.
Tendons:
Proximal hamstring tendons are unremarkable.
Gluteal tendons are unremarkable.
Adductors are unremarkable.
Labrum:
The acetabular labrum is unremarkable as visualized on this non arthrogram study. 
Bones:
There is no evidence of avascular necrosis of the femoral heads. 
No evidence of fracture around hip joints is demonstrated.

Impression:
Unremarkable MRI of the hip.


MRI IAC
High-resolution images through the internal auditory canals demonstrate unremarkable seventh and eighth cranial nerves. 
Cochlea and semicircular canals are also unremarkable. 
No evidence of mass in the cerebellopontine angles or in the internal auditory canals is demonstrated.


MRI L spine without
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast was obtained.

FINDINGS:
The visualized portion of the spinal cord is unremarkable.
Vertebral body heights are maintained. 
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis. 
Intervertebral disk heights are maintained.
Bone marrow signal is unremarkable.
At the L1-L2 level: no evidence of spinal canal narrowing or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the L2-L3 level: no evidence of spinal canal narrowing or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the L3-L4 level: no evidence of spinal canal narrowing or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the L4-L5 level: no evidence of spinal canal narrowing or neural foraminal narrowing.
At the L5-S1 level: no evidence of spinal canal narrowing or neural foraminal narrowing.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the lumbar spine.


MRI Shoulder
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the shoulder without contrast in various planes.

FINDINGS:
Rotator cuff: The rotator cuff demonstrates unremarkable signal characteristics. There are no rotator cuff tears.
Tendon of the long head of the biceps: The long head of the biceps tendon is unremarkable.
Glenoid labrum: The labrum is unremarkable as visualized on this non-arthrogram study.
Acromion and acromioclavicular joint: There are no degenerative changes in the acromioclavicular joint. The lateral acromial undersurface is unremarkable.
Subacromial space: There is no evidence of abnormal fluid in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa.
Joint fluid: There is no evidence of glenohumeral joint effusion.
Osseous structures: The bone marrow signal is unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the shoulder.


MRI T spine without
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the thoracic spine without contrast was obtained.

FINDINGS:
The visualized portion of the spinal cord is unremarkable. 
The bone marrow signal is unremarkable. 
Vertebral body heights are maintained. 
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis. 
Intervertebral disk heights are maintained.
No central canal narrowing is demonstrated.
There is no evidence of neural foraminal narrowing. 
Paraspinal soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the thoracic spine.


MRI UBO
Scattered small T2 and FLAIR hyperintensities in the white matter are noted.


MRI wrist
TECHNIQUE: MR images of the wrist were obtained in various planes.

FINDINGS: 
Osseous structures: 
The osseous structures are unremarkable.
Ligaments and cartilage: 
Triangular fibrocartilage is unremarkable. 
The lunotriquetral is unremarkable.
Scapholunate ligament is maintained. 
Tendons: 
The flexor tendons demonstrate normal size, position, and signal characteristics. 
The extensor tendons demonstrate normal size, position, and signal characteristics. 
Carpal tunnel:
The flexor retinaculum and median nerve are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the wrist.


MRV brain
Great cerebral veins, vein of Galen, and major dural sinuses are patent.


MRI Knee
TECHNIQUE: MR images of the knee were obtained in various planes.
FINDINGS: 
Medial meniscus: The medial meniscus is unremarkable.
Lateral meniscus: The lateral meniscus is unremarkable.
Anterior cruciate ligament: The anterior cruciate ligament is unremarkable. 
Posterior cruciate ligament: The posterior cruciate ligament is unremarkable. 
Medial collateral ligament: The medial collateral ligament is unremarkable. 
Lateral collateral ligament: The lateral collateral ligament is unremarkable. 
Popliteus tendon: The popliteus tendon is unremarkable. 
Extensor mechanism: The patellar tendon and quadriceps tendon are unremarkable.
Joint fluid: There is no knee joint effusion. There is no Baker's cyst.
Osseous structures and cartilage: No osteochondral lesions are demonstrated.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable MRI of the knee.


MRI prostate
MULTIPARAMETRIC PROSTATE MRI WITH AND WITHOUT CONTRAST

CLINICAL INDICATION:

TECHNIQUE: 
High resolution MR images of the prostate were obtained in various planes and sequences before administration of intravenous contrast material. Dynamic images of the prostate were obtained after administration of intravenous gadolinium contrast material. Post contrast axial images of the pelvis were also obtained.

FINDINGS:
The prostate measures  x x x cm with a calculated volume of cm^3.

There is nodular hyperplasia of the transitional zone.

Transitional zone demonstrated no suspicious lesions on T2 weighted images. There is no evidence of abnormal restricted diffusion in the transitional zone.

Peripheral zone demonstrates no suspicious areas of restricted diffusion. There is no evidence of abnormal early post contrast enhancement.

The osseous structures of the pelvis are unremarkable.
No large lymph nodes are demonstrated in the pelvis.


IMPRESSION:
PIRADS 1 – Very low (clinically significant cancer is highly unlikely to be present)
PIRADS 2 – Low (clinically significant cancer is unlikely to be present)
PIRADS 3 – Intermediate (the presence of clinically significant cancer is equivocal)
PIRADS 4 – High (clinically significant cancer is likely to be present)
PIRADS 5 – Very high (clinically significant cancer is highly likely to be present)


MRI brain with and without
TECHNIQUE: MR images of the brain were obtained before and after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS:
The calibers of sulci and ventricles are normal for the patient's age.
No extra-axial fluid collections are demonstrated.
No evidence of mass effect or parenchymal edema.
No evidence of restricted diffusion is demonstrated.
No evidence of abnormal intracranial post contrast enhancement.
The orbits and paranasal sinuses are unremarkable as visualized.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable brain MRI.


MRI brain without
TECHNIQUE: MR images of the brain were obtained without administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS:
The calibers of sulci and ventricles are normal for the patient's age.
No extra-axial fluid collections are demonstrated.
No evidence of mass effect or parenchymal edema.
No evidence of restricted diffusion is demonstrated.
The orbits and paranasal sinuses are unremarkable as visualized.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable brain MRI.