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... In your case, you have a slight loss of lordosis in both the lumbar and cervical regions. This could be due to postural issues or other things but probably isn't an issue at this point. ... (7 replies)
... tingling in right forearm and first 3 fingers. Had cervical MRI this past week... ... (2 replies)
... I tried to post this once, but obviously did something wrong. If anyone has the time and knowledge, could you give me a layman overview of the spinal issues? I have Chiari Malformation which I'm dealing with on a different level. Really appreciate it, and hope this doesn't show up twice! Cervical spine: The cerebellar tonsils project approximately 9 mm below the foramen... (0 replies)

... At any rate, it's not a cervical spinal thing, and I can't comment further... ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can help me understand my MRI report? ... (2 replies)
... I am sorry to hear you are in such misery. I would not have any medical knowledge to interpret your MRI but I have read that there is a relatively small space between the cervical vertebrae and even a small disc bulge can sometimes cause a lot of pain and problems. ... (2 replies)
... Otherwise esstentially unremarkable study. No MRI evidence of significant central canal or neuroforaminal compromise. ... (2 replies)
... No additional findings beyond those that seen on cervicle spine MRI with incidental note of Schmorl's nodes in thoracolumbar junction spine. ... (1 replies)
... subacute moderate right C6 radiculopathy. A musculocutaneous neuropathy cannot be excluded in addition to cervical radiculopathy, but this would not explain the abnormalities in pronator teres and brachioradialis. ... (29 replies)
... Hello. Was it a whiplash? How did this accident happen? Do you have problems turning your neck? Straightening of the lordosis can cause pain (some doctors don't addres that yet). That is one thing. Also, perhaps you have muscle pain. If you are suffering from pain all the time, then you should think about taking pain meds. (2 replies)
... That's not a very helpful MRI report. Either the radiologist didn't see anything he thought was worth describing or he was late for his tee time. ... (1 replies)
... Can anyone help to interpret this MRI result please? ... (1 replies)
... I'm not the best at MRI interpretation, but in general you do have some issues that would be resulting in your symptoms. ... (9 replies)
... I am having a facet injection on 12/22. I hope this will help. I am taking otc meds as the ortho's pa I see says they can only offer percocet or vicodin and those make me itch and don't offer me any relief. I am now getting dizziness and nausea, so I will mention it to the pm doctor tuesday who is doing the injection. I am also stressed as my husband is facing IOU's and/or... (2 replies)
... The rest of your cervical spine does not sound too bad. The neural foramina are the holes, or exits, that your nerves go through as they branch off to different parts of your body. ... (5 replies)
... C7 fusion in 2006..just had another MRI done..not sure what the results sounds pretty mild, but the pain is pretty bad.. ... (0 replies)
... and it really helped my range of motion a lot. I had to actually physically move my head side to side prior to my surgery. I have CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY which has been a problem for me for a year now. ... (4 replies)
... I'm new to the forum and I had just recently had an MRI of the Cervical Spine. ... (3 replies)
... You didn't mention what symptoms drove you to seek an MRI in the first place so we can't correlate those with the MRI findings. Also, the MRI findings don't give much specific information as to the severity of the narrowing of either the spinal cord canal or the neural foramina. ... (2 replies)
... The MRI may be misleading. ... (1 replies)

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