Leg or Arm MRI at Newcastle Clinic

Patients are often referred for an MRI on their legs, ankles, arms or wrists to get detailed pictures that are difficult to see clearly using other imaging.

You may be referred for a leg or arm MRI if you have:-

  • A mass that can be felt during a physical exam
  • An abnormal finding on an x-ray or bone scan
  • Arm pain or a history of cancer
  • Arm or wrist pain that does not get better with treatment
  • Birth defects of the leg, ankle, or foot
  • Bone pain and fever
  • Bone infection (osteomyelitis)
  • Broken bones in the arm or leg
  • Decreased motion in the ankle joint
  • Decreased motion or “locking up” of the wrist or elbow joint
  • Leg pain or a history of cancer
  • Leg, foot, or ankle pain that does not get better with treatment
  • Muscular damage
  • Pain, swelling, or redness in a leg
  • Redness or swelling in the ankle joint
  • Redness or swelling in the wrist or elbow joints

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