I would really appreciate if an expert on reading MRI images could reply to this reprt of an MRI of my ankle- I twisted it 2 months ago and it is swollen and I cant put my weight on it.
1. " Focal area of T 2 weighted and Fat Sat hypertensity is seen in the peritendinous area of the flexor hallucis longus. The lesion is posterior to the telonavicular region"
2. Localized fluid intensity around an intact flexor hallucis longus tendon at the level of the talo navicular region- focal tenosynovites likely"
I did not get any treatment for three weeks after the injury- since it got really bad after that I had a cast put on for 5 weeks. It was removed just a few days ago but the the pain had gotten worse- more swelling than before the cast- so I had an MRI done. Please help me understand what I should do- as I live in a very backward area of the country. Thank you very much.