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When MRI scan results are inconclusive…

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/11

Adding a bit of personal flavour to my blog:

Yesterday we learned that the MRI scans of my wife were inconclusive.

14 years ago, she had a bad MRI scan, non-invalidating surgery, radiation therapy, and regular scans ever since. She can walk, and even ran the Disney half marathon in Florida last month.

All was well, but life would never be completely the same. Something I could not fully understand myself until it came so close (when it hasn’t been that close, most people won’t fully understand, which is perfectly fine. So don’t worry if you don’t fully understand. In fact: be happy – very very very happy – when it hasn’t been come close).

All scans until now were OK. But the latest one is inconclusive.

For me inconclusive means there is no conclusion yet. Not negative, but not positive either. Just like having no result yet. Given her family history, it is hard for her. So there will be more tests, and I need to support her so she will gain trust. Like she gained trust after what happened 14 years ago.

So the upcoming time will be strange (for lack of better wording).

To the people around me: please kick me in the butt when you think I need one. And be nice to the people around you.


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