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Mri cervical
Aug 23, 2014
... Multilevel disc desiccation, loss of disc height and degenerative anterior marginal end plate osteophytic spurring. Multilevel facet joint degenerative arthropathy. ... (3 replies)
... MRI, Cervical spine. ... (0 replies)
... Here are the readings of my MRI's for Cervical and Lumbar. ... (27 replies)

... for loss of normal cervical lordosis, pl reply. ... (0 replies)
... treatment for loss of normal cervical lordosis (0 replies)
... i have been diagnoised with loss of normal lordosis and minimal degenerative changes what is this and does this mean acute problems in the future such as fibromyalgia (1 replies)
... Fibromyalgia and cervical spine problems have NOTHING to do with each other. ... (1 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 had an MRI of my cervical spine last Summer. I never really paid attention to the results much, as a brain MRI was also done at the same time. ... (1 replies)
... what is the loss of the normal cervical lordosis (0 replies)
... to see an ortho. He decided pain was coming from my neck. Now my shoulder is still killing me it clicks and pops when I move it. After 11 mos I finally get a MRI of cervical spine. ... (0 replies)
... No pain No surgery imho you can work on your weakness Try this Heat & Ice 6 times a day Get some Capsaicin Cream use twice a day (8 replies)
... issues are weak right arm and occasional neck spasms. I am more worried about the consequence of not having the surgery immediately and how long can it be postponed. ... (8 replies)
... There is loss of normal cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... There is loss of normal cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... g intervertebral disc and vertebral bodies maintain their vertical height and signal intensity. No evidence for tonsillar herniation is seen. There is presence of a syrinx seen starting from the superior endplate of c6 and extending through the inferior endplate for a total distance of 9 millimeters. ... (10 replies)
... Seeking some help understanding the cervical MRI lingo and thoughts on new symptoms with my arms. ... (9 replies)
... I saw a neurosurgeon last week, and incorrectly thought that was the first of at least a couple consultations I'd have with him to determine if surgery is the right course. ... (13 replies)
... The cervical vertebral bodies are well aligned with normal shape, size, and bone marrow signal. There is loss of normal cervical lordosis, likely secondary to position. There is mild intervertebral disc space desiccation. The spinal cord signal is normal. No tonsillar herniation. ... (1 replies)
... Well, she treated me for tendonitis but made it perfectly clear from the first visit that she thought it may be herniated disc in the neck. After a couple of weeks, she ordered an MRI and it is definitely herniated disc. ... (6 replies)


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