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... Hi. I hope someone here can help me. I have a herniated disk in my neck - C6-C7 level. After 5 weeks the symptoms are getting better so we are holding off on surgery for now but I just read the MRI results that I had several weeks ago and now I am terrified. Can anyway explain to me what this means: Interpretation: Mild straightening of the normal cerical lordosis. No... (16 replies)
... here is what is going on with me... Here are my MRI results and my nerve conducting study. I have been to the Orthopedic and he said my MRI results (vision) were poor, and he said he was not going to make a decision based on that.... I have been in pain for many many months with the medication. I had an appoitment set for today, but they canceled. I think I am going to find... (6 replies)
... I was in a car accident last year March (2009). As a result I endured a bulge disc on c6-7. A year later I have all this.... Findings: Reversal of the normal cervical lordosis centered at the c4-5 level. Mild irregularity of the end plates of c4-c5 and c-6 seen likely degenerative in etiology. c2-3: unremarkable on the sagittal images. c3-c4 posterior disc bulge with tiny... (3 replies)

... Hi everyone, I am a 53 year old male who in the last 8-10 months has taken the term “falling apart” and turned it into a nightmare. I've been dealing with DDD since the 2000. I've worked hard my entire life and very seldom ever missed a day of work. Aches and pains were never an option for me. I knew I had to work for living and I accessed my pain as a fact of life. But this... (9 replies)
... Hi, I am having bad dizziness and headache for more than 3 months. Neck pain occasionally. I went to a neourologist and he checked MRI of my brain and cervical spine. My MRI of brain came normal. But, cervical spine seems to have few issues. My doctor said, there is a minor problem in my cervical spine which is trying to block the blood flow to brian and hence I am... (2 replies)
... the cervicomedullary junction appears within normal limits. Visualized spinal cord is unremarkable except for moderate compression from approximately C3 through C6 without significant edema. No syrinx. The cervical vertebral bodies are normally aligned without fracture loss of height or focal lesions. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all, Well the good news is I am completely fused! WHEW! (C5-C7) The not great news is that C4-C5 is giving me some problems, mainly shoulder blade pain, which is typical of that level. I am starting to take a Medrol Dosepak for 6 days, starting to tomorrow. I took Medrol (steroid) 3 weeks ago and it helped about 30%. I was fine until May, when I went to NYC and pulled too... (2 replies)
... The pre and paravertebral soft tissues are unremarkable and the lateral masses of C1 and C2 are normal. No cervical ribs are seen. ... (2 replies)
... Hi everybody Great site, so glad I found it. So much good information. My story is that I went to my general practitioner with neck pain and right arm numbness, pain and tingling. She told me it was a pinched nerve and gave me an rx of muscle relaxers. They didn't work at all and just put me to sleep. I called her back and she sent me for an x-ray and an MRI. The MRI... (3 replies)
... The cervical spine is in anatomic alignment. The cervical body heights are well maintained without compression fracture. The bone marrrow signal is unremarkable in appearance. The intervertebral discs demonstrate no eveidence of desiccation. The posterior fossa midline structures are unremarkable in appearance. ... (10 replies)
... The neural faramen and foramina are the holes or passages in the spine that the nerves go through to get to the body from the spinal cord. You have narrowing and spurring (bone growths) that are reducing the passage size at C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7. The worst looks to be at C4-5 and C5-6. This most likely will cause pain, tingling and numbness for you in the shoulders, arms and... (5 replies)
... My regular Dr.s office sent me for these tests. I had seen my Dr.s partner. The partner got the results but wants my regular physician to see them. He (ny reg. Dr) is going out of the country for 3 wks. Should I insist on seeing the NS I have seen before for lower back (they didn't find anything significant enough to treat at that time and didn't check the neck) My arm is... (5 replies)
... Hey friends, Cervical MRI shows that I have 2 discs compressing some nerve roots which is giving pain in arm and numbness in thumb. The pain less intense now. EMG test showed mild C6. I have "slight' weakness which also seems so be slowly (like molasses slow but still progress) getting better. I am only on Naproxen at the moment. There is no spine compression only nerve... (3 replies)
Cervical spine MRI
Aug 13, 2017
... I just received my latest neck MRI and would appreciate anyone's help in interpretation. I have ankylosing spondylitis and long standing degenerative neck problems. I am now experiencing vertigo along with neck pain, stiffness, parasthesia in arms and legs, and cognitive impairment (apparently not related to my neck) I take Tramadol, Gabapentin, and a biologic called Cimzia.... (3 replies)
Mri in english
Jan 29, 2016
... I had a cirvical mri done and have know clue what the terminology is, I have an appointment with a neurosurgeon already, symptoms are complete body numbness/ tingling, gait issues, burning sensations, no cold or hot sensations, hyper reflexes in legs, ect mri report as follows.... C1-2 has normal patent canel. C2-3 demonstrates min disk osteopathy complex formation with mild... (6 replies)
Mri results
Jan 12, 2016
... I was in an auto accident in Dec. I had an MRI and I'm not sure what it means. Can you please explain the results to me and if surgery is necessary or will it heal on its own? I am 57. The corvical spinal cord demonstrates normal course and caliber without evidence of signal abnormality. L C2-C2 unremarkable, There is a bulging annulas at L C3-C4 with mid left-side... (1 replies)
... Nonspecific straightening of the cervical lordosis. Otherwise, vertebral body height and alignment are maintained. Nonspecific lucent focus in the C3 vertebral body appears to be associated with T1 shortening on MRI dated May 2015, and therefore most likely represents a hemangioma. ... (2 replies)
... Notes Cervical radiculopathy with pain n numbness right arm to thumb REPORT norm vertebral body alingnment n height no abnormality seen at foramen magnum or craniocervical junction n atlanto axial joints r norm AT C2-3, C3-4 and c4-5 disc levels, no significant pathology AT C5-6, there is a prominent broad based posterior disc protrusion and end plate osteophyte... (2 replies)
... Hello all, I'm new to this section, but was on the MS section for awhile. I've had some symptoms where my primary doctor wasn't sure what was going on. I also have Meniere's Disease and had a vestibular neurectomy in 2010 which complicates things. I have some pretty severe balance issues. Always blamed that on the Meniere's and the fact that I never seemed to really... (12 replies)
MRI ... Good or ??
Jul 31, 2014
... I'm a 44 year old female. I do very physical work about 3 months ago starting getting a deep burning pain in my neck, shoulders. Pain radiating down my arms. Finger numbness in all finger, more so in pinky and ring. Arm weakness both. Doc said I have carpal tunnel in left , now she says in right too. MRI results Findings There is normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral... (4 replies)

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