The MRI Enterography is looking for thickening of the bowel that would signify inflammation in the ileum. In effect it is a test for Crohn's because they want to be able to see if there is a pattern of inflammation in the ileum that would suggest they are dealing with Crohn's.
It sounds like you are communicating with intermediaries and minions and you need to speak to the big dog (Sonoda) himself. "I did not hear back" is not an acceptable aftermath of a scope. You need to call and request an analysis. That is what you are paying for.
I had an MRI Enterography recently done on my ileum and I posted a thread about it. It was not conclusive on Crohn's but showed narrowing of a segment of my bowel directly above the J Pouch inlet. I do not have any pain issues like you though. My MRI was reviewed by my pouch expert with his "trusted" radiologist and compared with a prior 2008 CT Enterography I had and I heard back from him within days. I think you need to be more proactive in getting answers.