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... Dear Mary, Hi! I responded to your other post, regarding arthritis. I am not a medical professional, but I have had many MRI's. ... (3 replies)
... I did have a spinal tap and my neuro also ran other bloodwork to rule out "MS mimics". Everything has come out "normal". I have also read that the spinal tap can come out "normal" and you still have MS. My neuro says that it can show normal in the early stages of the disease. ... (20 replies)
... I had an MRI done on my back in August after having a fall in June of this year. ... (0 replies)

... i recently had a fall at work and had a mri done and the results read as follows, i hope someone can help interpret them. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. As I'm sure you know, none of us are trained medical professionals, just fellow spineys. Whatever you read on this board is the opinion of a member, based on his or her personal experiences. ... (1 replies)
... lumbar spine and have recently switched from taking high doses of ibuprofen to taking low doses of oxycodone. ... (9 replies)
Results of my mri
Aug 20, 2003
... hi im a 20year old male. ... (3 replies)
... Getting the MRI where the current spine surgeon has some control is a great idea. There is a great deal of variance from place to place. Some radiologists write very brief reports while some go into great detail. That just might be the best thing for you to do at this point. ... (5 replies)
... I will start off by telling you a little bit about my story. I fell on a wet floor back in August 2010. I landed on my back. I later got an MRI. I have not had a doctor explain to me why I am in pain everyday. ... (7 replies)
... I'd just like to mention a couple more things. First, it definitely sounds like you have some sort of nerve compression in your lumbar spine that is compressing one or more of the spinal nerves. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Charliecat... I too have DDD in lots of places... 3 in lumbar spine, and some in thoracic.. I dont know about cervical since I have not had an MRI there.. ... (4 replies)
... i even felt a bit betrayed, im in texas too. ... (4 replies)
... I have been reading this forum for about a week now and boy oh boy... ... (44 replies)
... o, thank God I went and I am doing better day by day. Meaning stronger day by day. Pain is there for a long time. ... (29 replies)
... pelvis. Your pelvis is fine, according to the report. ... (6 replies)
... I have a couple thoughts on your posts, and they are somewhat random. First, it sounds like you need a different screen name as I would be surprised if there isn't another spine surgery in your future. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I'm sorry that you find it necessary to be looking for some help for your back and sciatic pain. ... (10 replies)
... MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast, taken in the lying down position. ... (23 replies)
... There appears to be a transitional lumbosacral segment. ... (3 replies)
... it actually is even talking about a different location. ... (5 replies)

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