Posts Tagged ‘pelvic MRI’

The 5 Things We Wish You Knew About Pudendal Neuralgia

The 5 Things We Wish PTs, MDs, and Patients Knew About Pudendal Neuralgia and Pudendal Nerve Entrapment Tracy Sher, MPT, CSCS and Loretta J. Robertson, PT, MS Why is the diagnosis of Pudendal Neuralgia confused with Pudendal Nerve Entrapment? Why are there so many misdiagnoses with pudendal symptoms? Its complex. We are both pelvic physical…

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Bladder and Uterine Prolapse – Upright MRI

Imaging is pretty cool, isn’t it? The primary complaint of patients is that symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse get worse when they stand up. That makes sense, right? There are gravity, positional, and pressure changes. Symptoms may vary, but are often described as “bulge feeling down there” or “I feel like I have a golf…

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Pelvic MRI: Can You Identify the Structures?

Here’s your chance to test your knowledge of the pelvic region. Can you identify these basic structures? Ever wonder what the pelvic region really looks like? It’s interesting to see the pelvic organs and muscles in a Pelvic MRI view (answers below- no cheating!) Scroll Down for the Answers:           #1…

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