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... Hi, I really have gained a wealth of info from everyone. I have suffered horrible pain for the last 15 years of my life. weird excruciating headaches on the back of my skull and at times pain down the arm. ... (1 replies)
... I had an appointment with my local GP this morning. From the report and my current symptoms he thinks that the neck area may not be the cause and could be just the ulnar nerves in both elbows being compressed. ... (5 replies)
... Hello all, I am a new member here and have just had an MRI scan 2 days ago of my cervical spine. The scan was asked for by my GP because of the following symptons... ... (5 replies)

... do you happen to have a copy of that MRi in your possession? ... (44 replies)
MRI results???
Dec 30, 2016
... based disc bulge with mild anterior mass effect on the cord. Mild right neural foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Greetings if you can help me to explain to me the result of the MRI that found me thanks. ... (0 replies)
... have compleatly destroyed my health and my mind and im not sure where to turn or what to do at this point so i thought maybe someone here can maybe relate to any of this. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, Cerebrospinal fluid. The way the radiologist wrote the finding is strange. There is a covering around the spinal cord called the thecal sac. The innermost layer of this contains the spinal cord with CSF surrounding it. ... (5 replies)
... He starts out by saying that you have congenitally short pedicles, which are sort of "spacer" bones in your spinal structure. ... (2 replies)
... C6. Mild loss of disc height, mild circumferential disc osteophytebcomplex most prominent at the right posterior lateral corner. Flattening of the cord ventrally and goths eit. Near effacement of the CSF mantle with AP diameter 7.8 mm, moderate spinal stenosis. moderate to severe right forminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... I've been referred to a neurosurgeon reference my MRI results, however, the earliest appointment I can get is not for 4 more weeks. ... (5 replies)
... helpful to understand these a little better and to learn about others' experience with similar issues. I'm posting my first message after "lurking" and reading the message boards for the last few weeks, and would really appreciate any thoughts or insight you might have on my situation. ... (13 replies)
... Straightening of the normal cervicval curve is present. Vertebral marrow signal is within normal kimits. ... (35 replies)
... were fused. I have been experiencing problems again and had an MRI. I was told it could take a month or so to see the surgeon that performed the original surgery. ... (1 replies)
... l in September that caused increased headaches shoulder blade pain and numbness weakness left side hand arm and shoulder. Heaviness in arms and legs.My symptoms of numbness and pain are getting worse. ... (3 replies)
... sagittal T1 and T2 and axial gradient T2 and T1 sequence of the cervical spine are performed before the admin. of intravenous contrast. Subsequent intravenous contrast was admin. and axial and sagittal T1 weighted sequences were performed. ... (3 replies)
... this is broad based and greatest toward the left. A component of left lateral recess stenosis is noted. There is indentation of the anterior aspect of the thescal sac with effacement of the CSF column anterior to the cord. The cord is displaced posteriorly and mildly indented on its anterior aspect. ... (8 replies)
... This is all completely new to me. I went to the doctor for a painful arm and now following an MRI done in late April, I am being referred to a neuro surgeon for a surgery consultation. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I really have gained a wealth of info from everyone. I have suffered horrible pain for the last 15 years of my life. weird excruciating headaches on the back of my skull and at times pain down the arm. ... (34 replies)
... My last MRI showed a 2.3 by 0.6 by 0.6 cm central syrinx with mild thinning of the spinal cord surrounding it, and mild effacement of the CSF space. My Pain management doctor has referred me to a neurosurgeon who I have an appt with next month. ... (17 replies)

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