Bone Marrow Edema Scholarly Journal

 Bone marrow edema is a common finding in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). It occurs with increase in age. Bone marrow has three portions they are fatty portion, blood cells production portion and bony portion. In early age all three portions are present in general ratios. Due to age increase the blood cell production portion decreases and leads to fatty portion increases which lead to bone marrow edema. Which can occur virtually in all bones, but it is mostly observed in the lower extremities. Painful BME can occur spontaneously or secondary to various diseases covering almost all medical specialties (secondary BME). Similarly, the differentiation between the primary and secondary BME, as well as the identification of the underlying condition in secondary BME, is of utmost importance to initiate the proper treatment. However, interdisciplinary, evidence-based guidelines for the diagnosis and management of BME are lacking business finance review journals.  

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