I am 33 years old.The knee suddenly bends a little when walking, infrequently, very occasional feeling.I had a brain CT the year before, not because of this, and no problem was detected.But this condition seems to be something I started to notice this year, usually not paying much attention.I have high blood lipids, a fatty liver, and obesity, but my blood sugar is normal.Recently, I started to notice the heartburn, what could be going on in this case?What could it be?If I have to test for cerebrovascular problems, is it okay to do carotid blood supply without CT? ct always done is said to be bad.I took a chest x-ray today and it just suggested increased texture in both lungs, otherwise normal
This first you should check the lumbar spine, this is very important, and this must do the lumbar spine CT examination, because you see if a single hand ah, the other are no problem, this foot problem is likely to be a problem of the lumbar spine, it is recommended that you do a lumbar spine CT check it
In this case I suggest you check the knee MRI to understand the situation of the meniscus fork ligaments, MRI, joint instability I may be the problem of the fork ligaments, meniscal damage is also possible, MRI can be checked very clearly.
This comrade hello, like you said this situation, high blood lipids, very obese, need to go to the hospital to do a head CT and carotid ultrasound examination to see the degree of arterial sclerosis, is there plaque formation, according to the results of the examination should be timely targeted treatment