... sequence images were obtained through the cervical spine without the use of IV contrast. Standardsequences were obtained. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the board. You have quite a bit of spinal nerve compression in the lower cervical vertebrae, which makes sense given your symptoms on the right side. If you enjoy doing a little research, take a look at a "dermatome map" found online. ... (1 replies)
... I am a 60 year old female with a history of longstanding spinal stenosis. 14 years ago, I had a two level anterior foramenectomy without fusion due to bone spurs compressing the nerves and causing loss of function of my hand. The surgery was a success.
I have had increased pain throughout my necktie the past anout 4 months ago, I developed pain and heaviness in my... (2 replies)
... I have major pain in my neck, shoulder, shoulder blade and goes throughout my right arm. I have numbness and loss of strength in my daily use of my right arm and hand. (just lifting a coffee mug)
I was first told that i had muscle spasms and was given muscle relaxers and inflammation meds, the pain was so bad i would be in tears, only thing that helps just a bit was putting... (1 replies)
... Wanted to add I just picked up the CD and report of the August 2012 MRI of the Cervical Spine. This is the MRI used as comparison for the one taken last week. From a "layman" perspective, the difference in 3.5 yers is quite astounding! ... (6 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)
... I have been diagnosed with Scheuermans keyphosis ( with cervical and lumbar lordosis) L5 is completely dehydrated with symptoms of weakness and severe pain after walking small distances.
Also, lately I believe I've been having a symptomatic hemangioma (rare) and the doctor or PA treating me refuses to accept I have a bone disease on top of trying to reduce medicines.
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... Welcome to the board. There is a separate board for MS where you might also want to post. Your symptoms don't exactly sound like a cervical spine issue. It is not unusual to have some numbness in fingers or toes, a radiculapathy from a spinal nerve compression, but this would show up on MRI. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this site. I need assistance understanding the results of a CT cervical spine taken a week ago. I've been suffering excruciating pain in the neck and between shoulder blades for quite sometime. ... (1 replies)
... Sagittal T1, T2 and axial 3D GRE images of the cervical spine were acquired. A STIR sagittal sequence was also obtained. ... (6 replies)
... Hello I got my results back from my cervical MRI. ... (1 replies)
... MRI examination of the cervical spine was performed 1.5 Tesla high field wide bore magnet. ... (0 replies)
... All discs are dehydrated. Notable reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... I recently had MRI Cervical Spine. I find it quite difficult to stand or walk. I feel like my legs are a dead weight. ... (6 replies)
... hypertrophy are present. Cervical lordosis is maintained. ... (1 replies)
... Without seeing the MRI report I cannot comment with any authority but I would like to mention that the tingling in the fingers could still be a result of cervical spine damage even if there is not cord compression. ... (1 replies)
... And reversal of cervical lordosis. I've taken ibuprofen, muscle relaxers, oral steroids with little improvement. Been seeing Ortho, he says no surgery is needed. ... (1 replies)
... computer work. The cervical spine should have a nice curve to allow your head to sit over your shoulders in a balanced fashion. ... (2 replies)
... Flattening of the physiological cervical lordosis is present. ... (4 replies)
... There is also "straightening of the normal cervical lordosis" which means that normally, your cervical spine is slightly curved and yours has straightened. ... (3 replies)