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... Reversal of normal cervical lordosis throughout the cervical spine, as a result of degenerative disease. No focal bone marrow singal abnormality is seen. ... (17 replies)
Straight Spine
Mar 28, 2014
... Cervical Straight spine or straightening of the cervical lordosis. ... (1 replies)
... I have detected with loss of cervical lordosis. I want to know the treatment for the same. ... (2 replies)

... It sounds like you have some experience with this thing called reverse cervical lordosis. I am so beside myself and just don't know who to believe anymore. ... (4 replies)
... for loss of normal cervical lordosis, pl reply. ... (0 replies)
... treatment for loss of normal cervical lordosis (0 replies)
... I have very progressed Cervical Kyphosis, which is a straightening of the neck, and I think you are implying you have. ... (23 replies)
... Treatment for loss of cervical lordosis (0 replies)
... r symptoms sometimes I feel like I am having a heart attack, or anxiety attack I feel detatched at time, I would love to hear from similar people who are getting treatment and what kinds and if you have similar symptoms do they get better and what kind of treatment. ... (6 replies)
... r symptoms sometimes I feel like I am having a heart attack, or anxiety attack I feel detatched at time, I would love to hear from similar people who are getting treatment and what kinds and if you have similar symptoms do they get better and what kind of treatment. ... (0 replies)
... neck and shoulder pain, and was diagnosed with a rotator cuff tear in my left shoulder, which was repaired in August 2011. I had an MRI scan done in 2007,on my cervical spine due some neck pain and loss of sensation I had suffered, and was told that the scan showed some wear and tear in my neck. ... (23 replies)
... Hello everyone, I am 38 year old wife and mother of 2 who had my first cervical spine injury in 2007. ... (4 replies)
... I'm more concerned about that reversal of cervical lordosis. Just how reversed is it? ... (2 replies)
... m a proactive, get as much information as I can, type of person. If anyone can give me first impressions of the following, I'd appreciate it. I need to know what treatment options might be, as well as what the projected long term effects of these injuries could be. ... (4 replies)
... my MRI done today after having pain in neck, shoulder all the way till the arm. I need help in understanding the same if anyone had similar problem and what was treatment that followed. ... (3 replies)
... Hello everybody, I am turning to this forum because, like many of you, I am torn and have to make a decision. I have been under the care of two separate spine specialists and the most recent of the two is a highly renowned neurological institute. I currently have to take Celebrex and Lyrica religiously or the pain comes on strong. I have had two cervical MRIs 9 months apart... (33 replies)
... one is listening to you or wants to find out what is causing it... I have spent the past 3 years,myself, trying to get some real treatment for my pain, and have been spoken to in an appalling manner by one Doctor, and on other ocassions walked out of a consulting room,not knowing where I go next... ... (2 replies)
... tried every treatment available. I'm on my way for my SECOND spinal surgeon appt early August. ... (10 replies)
... The muscle spasms themselves could be very painful, and the loss of lordosis also means that your muscles have to fight to keep your head erect. ... (5 replies)
... there is mild straightening normal cervical lordosis. there is mild levoconvex scoliosis centered at the cervicothoracic junction. no definite acute bony changes appreciated. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, cervical canal stenosis, disc bulge, fusion, laminectomy, mri, nerve root compression, stenosis, surgery

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