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My DD has a ultrasound of hip/spine tomorrowa EEG monday and a MRI tuesday but our results appt not till mid sept(1st they had)is there something specific that they are looking for? or are these different problems.I hate the waiting and not knowing it is driving me crazy.has anyone any advice or have your dc/s had these tests?
hiya, sorry no advice but will be thinking of you and your dd and hope tests are over with quickly xx
does dd have any moblity problems would imagine thats why looking at hip/spine
thanks jennybenmummy.hi phoenix yes she is yet walking and stands with wide legs and inturned feet/claws with her toes.
im taking that been xray to check hip dislocation.ds does this and its down to loose ligaments and hypermobile joints
no xray no.pead did say she v flexible? sits alot in a w position and actualy sleeps like it to sometimes, would that be something they look at through mri too?have,nt really said what it is there are looking for?. When i asked was just told they have a list
was just wondering how it went today?
was told ultrasound booked by mistake as dd to old!but had a look anyway for fluid and had xray too.No probs with her hips. which dont know if to be or .if it was her hip could of been put right with carst..guess it,s down to MRI now to pick up on something.dont know what would peads be looking for with MRI?
any kind of anomaly...A) scar tissueB) malformationC) lesionsD) underdeveloped areasanything that would look slightly out of place.DS5 had one done a couple of weeks ago, it took about 45mins to complete - was in the whole day for it. How old is your DD?
she is 17 months now,have you your results yet?
ah discourage the W sitting it s not good for hips ds does all the time forever having to correct him he to will sleep like it
thanks phoenix she sleeps in funny postions too.defo will try to discourage it.
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