Check out my MRI

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    Lightbulb Check out my MRI

    Today I got MRI's done for an osteochondroma near my right knee.. and failing T6-T7 discs in me' back.

    My knee looks like a pork chop.
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    That's scary.
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    I made your knee my facebook picture.
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    I made it my desktop
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    What are the circles on the spine.

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    liver and kidney (respectively).
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    they are areas of buldging and/or ruptured disc
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    That sounds fun...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonto
    What are the circles on the spine.
    It's actually a rare condition, happens when a tiny kindergartener is lodged in your 5th and 6th vertebrae.

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    What's really scary is the math and the physics behind performance of an MRI scan. If you want a challenge, read up on that stuff!

    I hope neither of the disorders is too debilitating.
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    I've definitely gotta watch more Scrubs

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    I've heard about it ... but I've never seen it ... is it great? Nice scans by the way, The Brain. I wanted to keep one of my head before but they wouldn't let me :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by manutd
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    You're lying.

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    Erm...no i'm not. And yes, it is great. Hugh Larry is hilariously evil and sarcastic as a doctor.
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