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... The craniocervical junction and cervical spinal cord have normal signal. Straightening of the cervical spine. Mild disc desiccation throughout the cervical spine present. Normal cervical vertebral body height and alignment. Probable small hemangioma versus focal fat at C5. ... (8 replies)
... involved in a car wreck. She has never been diagonosed or treated for any back or neck problems. Now she has had an MRI and the Dr. has determined that she has a reversal of normal cervical lordosis. Can reversal of cervical lordosis be caused by a motor vehicle accident? ... (0 replies)
... Hi all. I have been reading many of your posts for some time now, but never posted until now. ... (20 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)
... but the mri uses alot of the same words for multiple levels. So, I was just wanting to know if someone could help. ... (5 replies)
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)
... 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. ... (34 replies)
MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... I had a lot of trouble with my right shoulder starting a year ago, was diagnosed with a partial rotator cuff tear, couldn't get in to see an ortho for 3 months. ... (35 replies)
... Hello, thank you so much for your responses they have helped me gain a better understanding of what I am dealing with as I have only had a brief description from my doctor. ... (6 replies)
... I am posting here because of all the experience of the members here, I am hoping that maybe some of you can help or hopefully reassure me that I am not insane. As I am certainly starting to feel a little or alot crazy. ... (4 replies)
... jumps out as possibly causing a problem. That's not to say you don't have a neck problem, only that the MRI doesn't show a cause. I would say that you have a lot of incipient problems with your cervical spine, so keep that in mind. I realize that's the last thing you want to hear right now.... ... (3 replies)
... Straightening of normal cervical lordosis mild reversal and minimal rotary curve. ... (3 replies)
... and I thought it came from compression deformity at the anterior superior aspect of the C5 vertebra. So, I need some clarification and I guess I have to get me a doctor. I moved and have yet to find one!!..... Thank You soooooo Much... ... (3 replies)
... wrist segments of both median nerves. ... (6 replies)
... wrist segments of both median nerves. ... (3 replies)
... 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 accident. ... (4 replies)
... Inferior views of the posterior fossma midline are within normal limts. The craniocervical junction is normal. ... (5 replies)
... There are 2 ways in which you get a reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. One is by sudden accident...that's what I had when I broke my neck. The other is a very slow reversal that accompanies osteoarthritis... ... (22 replies)
... These are the results of my recent CT. ... (4 replies)
... numbness shooting into my right arm and fingers. I did 6 weeks of physical therapy before the MRI, and now my primary doctor is sending me to a spine clinic. ... (4 replies)


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