Originally Posted by gatorhead
Nothing too serious seen, it depends on how much pain and discomfort you are in. I would try different alternative approaches to surgery. Read up on the condition and educate yourself about it
As you are post-surgical, was a contrast study not additionally considered?
Also, history, present complaints and clinical (exam) findings dictate what imaging studies need to be done (and for which findings correlated to said exam findings) so...the thought of diagnosing solely by fractional imaging findings that are retrospective to undetermined history, symptoms and clinical findings is more akin to witchcraft or channeling in it's preminitions and is tantamount to paddeling upstream in flood conditions without oars or floatation device (as a non-swimmer).