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... I am new to this board and looking for some help in understanding my MRI report. I have an appointment with my Dr. late Monday afternoon but in the mean time would like to be able to understand this report. ... (3 replies)
... Hello everyone. I am a 31 yr old male with severe back problems. I have had 2 previous surgeries - anterior cervical fusion at C 7/T 1 because of a ruptured disc and a lumbar microdiscectomy at L 5/ S 1 to decompress a crushed scaiatic nerve. I am now suffering from weakness in both legs, cramping pains in both hamstrings an buttocks, and numbness in the rt leg in the front... (5 replies)
... I recently tried to read an MRI report that the doctor only said "Your back is really messed up by this report." He never explained in lay mans terms what is actually wrong. ... (7 replies)

... Could someone PLEASE interpret These findings into more layman-like terms. This is very important because I need to be able to make an informed decision on whether or not to have surgery to correct the issues shown in the MRI's. thank you to anyone who can help. **This is the first MRI Report:** MRI Spine Cervical WO: 7/5/2016 10:06 PM (3 replies)
... multiple sequences and multiple projections demonstrate cervical spondylosis with joints of Luschka hypertrophy. ... (2 replies)
... I just had a Mri of my cervical and thorastic spine. I understand the arthritic and bone spur parts but but do know not what these other findings mean. ... (1 replies)
... It also looks to me like you have some bones spurs in your cervical spine, which can also press on nerves. ... (3 replies)
... Wildflower. Baybreeze is spot on. Your back is cateorgized, if you will, into three segments, the cervical (neck to shoulder), thorasic (mid back), lumbar (lower spine). All of these are different animals entirely and often treated separately. What I mean is that your cervical area may be of more concern for treatment than your lumbar issues, at the moment, and thus they... (3 replies)
Help with MRI
Oct 30, 2016
... I had MRI's done of all 3 areas of my spine..I am in tons of pain. I cant get back to see the spine ortho dr until 3 more weeks..here is my cervical MRI report...does it look bad or is this not that bad? ... (14 replies)
... My Primary Care Dr just ordered a new MRI on my neck and said that I have to go see a neurosurgeon and only commented that I had some serious problems that need to be looked at by a specialist. ... (2 replies)
... December 17. New MRI, new issues. pinky finger and ring finger started going number about three weeks ago... left elbow EXTREME PAIN, and I don't understand the MRI report to save myself. If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you in advance for your time and insight on my cervical and lumbar mri report help. ... (0 replies)
... she finds upon physical exam, and basic neurologic exam, I can help you understand the language and terms in the report so you have some idea of what is going on before you get to the doctor. ... (5 replies)
... You do not have things wrong with many parts of your cervical spine, but what is wrong has the potential to be serious. ... (2 replies)
... I need help understanding my report. I'm seeing my Surgeon on Wednesday and i'd like to have an understanding of my report before i see him. If anyone can help me i would be eternally grateful. Thanks in advance... ... (2 replies)
... hey said he is out of the office until Monday. I just want some answers to my source of pain. I noticed a member named "teteri66" helped someone decipher their MRI so I was hoping she, or whoever else might see my post and can decipher MRI's, will help me out. ... (0 replies)
... I had my first mri done and here are the results... It was a thoracic spine mri. Can anyone help me understand it? ... (5 replies)
... Spine surgeons should not operate unless there is a risk of nerve or cord death. What is found in an MRI or CT should be correlated with the symptoms in the patient. An MRI can show severe compression on a nerve but the patient may show few symptoms of it. ... (7 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are in this situation. Your MRI doesnt sount "crazy" bad. ... (5 replies)
... iations for what appears a long time and never really had lower back issues except for the occasional ache that most people have I imagine. I actually did have a cervical spine MRI earlier this year and it came back fully normal and I guess I was expecting the same thing here. ... (3 replies)


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