Recently, I felt a little pain in my left hip, so I went to see the doctor for a film, and then found some spots. The doctor was not sure what the reason was, and needed follow-up examination. He said it might be a stone, but I didn't feel it at all. I don't know where these spots are and what causes them. Is it serious? Need further examination? If you need further examination, which department should you go to.
Hello, good afternoon, my friend. According to the examination results of lumbar spine frontal and lateral X-ray films and pelvis frontal and lateral X-ray films you uploaded, it mainly shows that there is a circular high-density shadow on your right hip joint. You can clearly see that the doctors in the imaging department consider it may be bone island.
Bone island is actually a variation of bone, that is, the dense bone tissue mass or nodule in the loose bone. This disease has no adverse effect on the human body, and there will be no change. There is no need for treatment. If you are worried, you can go to the orthopaedics department of your local big hospital and have a look again.
According to the X-ray examination describing the pelvis, it is found that there are high-density foci in the right iliac bone, bilateral pubis and the upper segment of the right femur. If there are no symptoms, it may be bone island, which can also be called bone spot. It is a variant of cancellous bone and does not belong to the disease. If there are no symptoms, it does not need treatment. If you are not at ease, you can further perform CT examination
The place with high brightness on the right femur is considered as bone island. In this case, if there are no obvious uncomfortable symptoms, you can have a proper rest and don't exercise too much. Joint pain is likely to be caused by overwork.