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... d central protrusions. Before I start, I want to make sure you understand, that I am not a doctor, and I can only share my personal experience. Please follow all of your doctors instructions. Having said that. A protrusion is basically a rupture of the Disk. ... (4 replies)
... ray of my neck in May. Unfortunately, I missed my follow up appt and have been so distracted by other things this summer, I didn't realize it. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not a dr., but I've had to interpret a lot of this stuff for myself on my own MRIs. The thecal sac I believe is the tough outer covering of the disc, the squishy padding between the vertebrae. ... (4 replies)

OPLL in C3-C6
Aug 14, 2013
... tless after reading on how the medical community is divided on when and how to treat the condition and timing for the surgery. My symptoms have been mostly neck and shoulder pain. ... (3 replies)
OPLL in C3-C6
Aug 14, 2013
... tless after reading on how the medical community is divided on when and how to treat the condition and timing for the surgery. My symptoms have been mostly neck and shoulder pain. ... (3 replies)
OPLL in C3-C6
Apr 27, 2013
... I approached 3 Neurosurgeons and one of them was Dr. Jho. ... (3 replies)
... Hello my name is Cynthia in November of 2011 I fell on some ice. ... (3 replies)
... S1 neuroforamen causing compression of the exiting left L5 nerve root. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry I have taken soooo long to reply back. MRI results are from January. I got MRI of my brain, cervical spine and thoracic spine with and without contrast. They did not find anything. This was 4 months after my symptoms started. ... (16 replies)
Lordosis, C5...
Sep 12, 2011
... C5 vertabrae. Ever since then I have had neck pain. Now it goes from the base of my skull down the sides and back of my neck, over both shoulders and down the base of shoulder blades. ... (11 replies)
... we are all patients just like you. I think you tried to post pictures and although some of us are familiar with films, a true read of them needs to be done by your treating doctor. But we can take your MRI text and explain it to our knowledge and experiences. ... (2 replies)
... It looks like food goes down only on one side of the throat. Nowadays, when I open my mouth, the pain goes from the jaw into the clavicle, neck and shoulder, up the back of the neck. ... (22 replies)
... as consistent with nonspecific chronic small vessel ischemia. on the cervacal spine says small posterior disc bule at all inner spaces with significant narrowing of spinal canal. Loss of normal cervical lordosis as positioned. ... (1 replies)
... I have posted on here before, and have had some great support from people so thank you. I am just having a moment of self doubt and wondered if anyone could help me. ... (23 replies)
... if your curious to my symptoms that have by the way worsend with new symptoms like buzzing vibrateing hands, feet and calves as well as my spine feeling like electricity is running through it. SO ANYWAY... ... (1 replies)
... rays showed I suffered a compression fracture at C6 and over 5 years, this lead to DDD, reversal of normal lordosis, herniated disks, moderate stenosis, myelopathy, radiculopathy. Pain, pain, pain...all the time pain. ... (3 replies)
... Seeking some help understanding the cervical MRI lingo and thoughts on new symptoms with my arms. ... (9 replies)
... Cervical lordosis is the curvature of the cervical spine. Normal lordosis is similar to the shape of the letter "C". Loss of lordosis means the normal curve is disappearing and your cervical spine is becoming straight. ... (6 replies)
... months I've been experiencing some dizziness with a few spells of outright vertigo. Also my neck, upper back, and left shoulder have been hurting, mildly to moderately. The neck pain has been the worst pain. ... (0 replies)
... ue to have major problems. I am fused from C3 to T1 and just had an MRI showing my neck is filling up with osteophytes despite having it all fused. Having a lack of movement was supposed to slow osteophyte production....nope! ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: c5 problems, central protrusion of the c5-c6 and c6-c7, cervical spine, collapsed disc, inverted spinal cord, lordosis, loss of cervical lordosis, neck pain., numb fingers, numbness inright side of body, reverse lordosis, thecal sac

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