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... g is there constantly....then with the pain in the neck I'm very frustrated because they're saying "muscle spasm"....how do I continue to have pain from a muscle spasm when I've been in therapy for basically 6 months.... ... (4 replies)
... to the degree that my toes literally freeze in the most painful position I ever thought would be possible until the spasm passes. Sleep apnea is worsening. ... (17 replies)
... Straightening however there is currently slight reversal cervical lordosis, suggestive for spasm. ... (0 replies)

... Hello everybody, I am turning to this forum because, like many of you, I am torn and have to make a decision. I have been under the care of two separate spine specialists and the most recent of the two is a highly renowned neurological institute. I currently have to take Celebrex and Lyrica religiously or the pain comes on strong. I have had two cervical MRIs 9 months apart... (34 replies)
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Jul 30, 2013
... There is also straightening of the cervical spine,and reversal of normal lordosis likely due to muscle spasm. ... (1 replies)
... there is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. ... (16 replies)
... there is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. ... (0 replies)
... There is mild reversal of the cervical lordosis this may be secondary to muscle spasm. ... (10 replies)
... nosis and neural foraminal stenosis are. The ones that I don't know about are the cord edema and the marrow edema. I have no idea what that is. Also about the reversal of cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm. I have no idea what that means. ... (3 replies)
... Reversal of cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm. ... (3 replies)
... Hi feel bad. Thanks for the reply. I am posting two different MRIs that I have had done in 2009. To me, they are different. Here they are: March 09 (Opensided MRI) Cervical W/out Indications: Patient has neck pain, radiating to the arms, and there is the possibility of disc herniation causing radiculopathy. The patient has history of thoracic fracture from ATV... (4 replies)
... There is straightening and reversal of the cervical lordosis consistent with paracervical muscular spasm. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I am a regular on the Back Pain board as I am recuperating from L4/5, S1 fusion surgery and Laminectomy done on 9/12/06. In August I had an MRI on my neck. These are the results: Spondylotic changes more at C5-6 to the left Moderate foraminal stenosis at C5-6 on left adjacent to the exiting left C6 nerve root. Disc herniation c5-6 including left side of... (0 replies)
... C6 which may be related to some muscle spasm or patient positioning. ... (4 replies)


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