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Can an MRI scan show nerve damage in a foot?

Asked 2 years ago

What do they use topick up whether there asre damaged nerces inside a foot? Is it an MRI scan or something welse?

Jasper Emerson

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Yes! It can. Basically, MRI is capable of identifying structural lesions that may be compressing against the nerve so the problem can be corrected before permanent nerve damage occurs.

The damaged nerve inside the foot can be diagnosed based on a neurological examination and can be correlated by MRI scan findings.

Issac Dorsey

Monday, June 06, 2022

An MRI scan can help pinpoint any structural lesions impinging any nerve before permanent nerve damage occurs. Combined with findings during a neurological examination, it can help you confirm if there is actual nerve damage or not. Consider getting one done before symptoms of neuropathy start to worsen.

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