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... A cervical MRI will help your DR,if theres any nerve impingement in the neck area,herniated , bulging or diffused disk.Spinal stenosis and lesions or MS plaque. ... (1 replies)
... just been...well...NUMB continuously! Its really bothersome! My shoulder and forearm hurts as well. Doc had an EMG done which was normal. So now wants to have a cervical MRI done. What could the cervical MRI diagnose? ... (1 replies)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 23, 2008
... spine MRI, and just found out that MS is twice as likely to show up there than anywhere else. ... (6 replies)

Cervical mri ms
Feb 22, 2008
... Hi, I went to a neuro who said I have possible ms.. I just had a cervical mri today. After they were done with the mri, they said they didn't need to do the contrast. Now why would that be? ... (6 replies)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 22, 2008
... Hi, I went to a neuro who said I have possible ms.. I just had a cervical mri today. After they were done with the mri, they said they didn't need to do the contrast. Now why would that be? ... (0 replies)
Cervical mri ms
Feb 22, 2008
... When I had my MRI in 2002, my brain scan did not require contrast because the lesions were easily read. The active lesions were located on my cervical MRI and spine. They used contrast then and the active lesions "lit up". ... (6 replies)
... Lumbar MRI findings are not related to MS. Usually when someone with MS has a Lumbar MRI it is to look for something else such as mechanical back problems. MS does not cause mechanical back problems. ... (5 replies)
... You have the cervical MRI? ... (5 replies)
... rays are going to be anywhere near conclusive in spotting sclerosis lesions. Usually the doctor needs a cervical MRI at a minimum. But read this closely, from personal experience... ... (3 replies)
... I'd say be aggressive and have them MRI your cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine at once. ... (7 replies)
... s ago, 6 years ago started having facial tingling, this only lasts for a second and disappears. Went to neurologist, told her about this, she wanted to do brain MRI because my maternal grandmother had MS, and my Mom and Grandfather have both suffered with migraines all their lives. ... (6 replies)
... is difficult to count the vertebral bodies because there are no landmarks. It is a large area to scan and some scanners cannot visualize the entire spine. On cervical MRI's, they have the skull base to reference from. The lumbar, they have the coccyx. This is just a way to accurately read the MRI. ... (3 replies)
... I'm confused as to which way to go and thought i'd ask here for advice. I have posted in other forums on this board as i do have thoracic and cervical herniations. ... (14 replies)
... I have had 1 brain MRI's and 2 cervical MRI's. First in October when I had my first bad episode and another in february to rule out Devic's. All normal. ... (13 replies)
... The question is best answered with a maybe. It depends on who is reading the MRI, what type of MRI was used, did they use and contrasting dye..... ... (8 replies)
... internal auditory canal imaging. Are IACs usually done along with the brain MRI for MS diagnosis? ... (6 replies)
... right now." I asked and she confirmed that MS can't be ruled out. But her plan was to hope for a recovery and then begin clinical testing and that with the EP testing. ... (6 replies)
... t's MS, and he was 100 percent positive in his mind that it was not. I am thankful that she actually listened to me, and explained things, but she said that the MRI paired with my symptoms, and the various tests today, led her to be almost positive that I have MS. ... (12 replies)
... Hello, I am a 35 year old female, my grandmother was diagnosed with MS at 60 years old. My problems started about 8 years ago with migraines, that only occured every once in a while. ... (3 replies)
... If your doctor was concerned about MS, the MRI should have looked at your head and cervical spine both. While lesions could be on the brain stem, they could very well be above the brain stem too. ... (11 replies)


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