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... y arms without very bad neck spasms, shoulder pain..Have weakness in my hands, and I really want to figure out what to do to get back to normal. Does my cervical MRI explain my pain? ... (0 replies)
... I would say that you may have some pain from muscle spasms, but your radiology report has nothing to do with muscle spasms. What is described in the report are degenerative changes that have occurred in your lumbar spine. ... (10 replies)
... The PA was giving you the highlight of your MRI, and the probable cause of your pain. ... (1 replies)

... First, thank you for your service, and welcome to the board. I can give you a general idea of what the wording of your MRI indicates, but know that the MRI is but one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (10 replies)
... Who are you seeing regarding your back pain? ... (2 replies)
... I am just heading out the door but I will try to explain your MRI later this evening. There is enough going on just in the lumbar spine that could explain your issues. I am sorry you were in an auto accident. ... (7 replies)
... I also agree with Shawley.. get your MRI's and start searching for several strictly spine surgeons and see what they have to say. ... (5 replies)
... pelvis. Your pelvis is fine, according to the report. ... (6 replies)
... y as we are not physicians either...just fellow travelers with spine problems who share experiences and information. We can give you some general translation of your MRI into layman' language so you will be better prepared to understand what your spine specialist tells you. ... (3 replies)
... After reading your MRI report, I went back and noticed your "pain profile." There is nothing obvious on the MRI report to explain the radiating pain down the legs. ... (6 replies)
... I found your radiology reports a bit odd in their reporting. Usually there is a very standardized form and language that is used. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you so much for responding back, I have only been to my family doctor who basically sent me to a Neurologist. Which I go Jan 17th. She put me on work restrictions and my work does not accomadate them . so now i am on medical leave. Basically I am not allowed to lift anything greater than 10lbs, no bending, sharp turns ,squatting, kneeling, no sitting or standing longer... (8 replies)
... Nothing on your MRI report jumps out at me as being particularly significant. You have to remember that a MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (15 replies)
... have no formal medical training, so anything you read must be put into that context. I can give you a very general idea of some things that may be discussed at your appointment....To my reading, nothing jumps out as being terribly "wrong. ... (5 replies)
MRI results
Jun 4, 2011
... cindy, I was wondering, is all of your pain in just the lower back? ... (17 replies)
... As you can see, severe is mentioned to describe several problems in your back. Many surgeons won't do surgery unless the condition is severe. ... (7 replies)
... From looking at your MRI radiologist report, I think the most concerning issue isn't your back, but rather the fluid build up in the right side of your pelvis. This isn't normal and something is causing this, and I believe it's urgent you get to the bottom of it quickly. ... (8 replies)
... I need help understanding my MRI results of the lumbar spine. The Dr says cancer, but without much of an explanation. I anyone can explain these findings to me, it would be greatly appreciated. ... (7 replies)
... CT's are not as accurate. But to my eyes they didn't seem all that different when I looked at both of the same area. Your MRI seems fairly mild and I would think your pain is not spine related as far as needing spine surgery. Can't speak to other areas where the MRI would show your pain source. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are in this situation. Your MRI doesnt sount "crazy" bad. ... (5 replies)

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