... ual anti inflammatory and pain killers from GP, come back if no better etc etc. Went back 2 months later and GP referred me to a back specialist, who ordered an MRI scan 2.5 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... Iím new to the site and have tried to read other cervical spine posts in order to get informed. My problem is that my MRI results, to a degree, donít really mention spinal stenosis. I have had pain in my neck and shoulder; pain, burning, tingling and sometime numbing in my shoulder, arm and hand.
My Rheumatologist wanted me to start PT and see a neurosurgeon, so I... (2 replies)
... ad to be causing my symptoms, and maybe this is the answer. " Myelopathy" I am not due to see my neurologist until March because I still have one more test brain MRI with contrast. ... (6 replies)
... It is usually helpful to view the results in light of whatever symptoms you may be having so posting your symptoms will lend context to the results. ... (1 replies)
... Please help me understand what these results really mean. ... (1 replies)
... een aggravated for a long time prior to surgery. Some people have noted years. The weakness would be concerning to me too. It would be interesting to see your MRI report prior to the surgery. ... (1 replies)
... recently sent me for another cervical MRI. I was fully expecting him to tell me that there was more problems that I needed treatment for but instead he says the results look good. Please read the following and tell me if you agree with what my doctor is telling me. ... (1 replies)
... re scary given that my left arm lost some strength and showed denervation on EMG as well, but the pattern corresponded pretty exactly to the nerve compression on MRI and the strength has since returned nearly completely. ... (13 replies)
... Welcome to the board. It would be helpful if you list your symptoms as MRI results without symptom correlation are often not very useful. ... (3 replies)
... CLINICAL HISTORY: Frequent neck pain, bilateral upper extremity
radiculopathy and paraesthesias.
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the cervical spine performed 01/28/15.
FINDINGS: There are mild degenerative changes of the cervical spine,
with minimal diffuse central spinal canal narrowing likely the result
of congenitally short pedicles.
Most notably at C5-C6 there is mild broad... (0 replies)
... I am going to my GP today and i will ask about this. Also they told me that this report and MRI was sent to my Neuro but he has not contacted me. Maybe it is not so urgent or serious. ... (6 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)
... Thank you for taking the time to help me better understand the results of the mri. I am waiting on a neuro surgeon to call and set up an appointment to discuss the next steps that need to be taken. ... (3 replies)
... May per MRI had a labrum tear, severe bursa inflammation, possible bicep tendon impingement. ... (3 replies)
... What I do have on my side is the MRI results. ... (3 replies)
... I was only given a cd she stated the results would be sent to him by the rad person who reads them. ... (3 replies)
... First time post and need help understanding MRI results. The following are my cervical MRI impressions. Will post Thoracic and Lumbar in other posts. ... (0 replies)
... Chuck, I also had muscle twitching in my calves, biceps, and other odd places. The twitching in my calves bothered (concerned) me the most. However, at this point anyway, I haven't had them since my ADR surgery on 12/2. (13 replies)
... s and trauma. How long i will be waiting to see him i don't know, but my neurologist referred me already to him and he may have spoken with him and showed him my MRI because he said he is his colleague. ... (4 replies)
... she will correlate the findings of the MRI with what is found upon physical and basic neurological exam to determine the diagnosis and plan of treatment. ... (3 replies)