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... ulnar nerve from THAT level where it actually starts? ... (13 replies)
... just a quick question or two for you. have you ever actually had a c spine MRI done just to see if there is some level of real spinal problem underlying in all this? ... (2 replies)
... just how DID your doc actually screw up your MRI for you and how long ago was that done? ... (13 replies)

... i was just wondering if the surgeon actually cleared your c spine before proceeding to do that surgery? ... (3 replies)
... ed. After theoropy the pain was worst they did get another apinion. The 2 nd. surgery they cut the bone out to relieve the nerve, that worked for about 1 yr. The nerve is now blocked worst, the last step is nerve transposition. I desperat for relief. I hope this gives you something to go on. ... (9 replies)
... for almost a year now. I have had three MRIs in an attempt to specifically diagnose where the problem is. An MRI of my left elbow showed no swelling, marrow edema, or disruption of ulnar nerve signaling within the cubital tunnel. ... (9 replies)
... the one definite thing you simply NEED to do right now becky is actually obtain your very OWN copy of that most recent MRI report that was done on you? ... (13 replies)
... while this does definitely sound like ulnar nerve involvemnet,given what two fingers are affected and the elbow,BUT the very first thing you need to find out is exactly WHERE this stems from. ... (11 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
May 10, 2006
... This could possibly not be just the ulnar issue going on but this could be stemming from a problem stemming from the c spine area instead. ... (2 replies)
... An MRI of the c spine really would be your best bet.I now have a severely damaged C8 nerve caused by surgery and my last two fingers on both hands are numb.The ulnar nerve hooks up in correlation to the C 8 nerve. ... (7 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 5, 2007
... playsharp,have you ever had an actual c spine MRI to see just where this nerve is actually being compromised at? ... (5 replies)
... the biggest thing you really need to know for certain is just where the ulnar nerve is actually being compromised at.is this stemming from you c spine or some other issue along the nerve itself? ... (4 replies)
... this does sound like it is probaly in all likelyhood,stemming from the lower part of your c spine.the ulnar nerve IS the c 8 nerve at the very end ofyour c spine right before the T spine begins,tho you do not actually have a c 8 vertebrae,you DO have a c 8 nerve. ... (5 replies)
... i would VERY highly recommend an MRI be done up on your c and upper t spine areas. this could be the area where the nerves are being compromised at. your symptoms just fit more with some level of spinal affectation. ... (1 replies)
... have they ever done just a contrasted MRI on your c spine just to see if this problem may actually be stemming right from the very 'base' of operations so to speak? ... (7 replies)
... personally,i would just ask your primary doc to simply send you for a contrasted MRI for now. ... (8 replies)
... If you are just seeing your primary, you really need to see a neuro.I would also ask to have an MRI done on your head and C spine.This could be stemming from there.The pinky and ring fingers being affected could mean a problem at the low end of the c spine or the the upper T spine. ... (4 replies)
... yep.this could be from a herniation or some other type of problem stemming from your lower c spine. ... (3 replies)
... have they ever given you an MRI on your c spine area? ... (4 replies)
... when you have complete numbness with no clor or temp changes in it,it is usually from some level of direct nerve compression. the ky is to track it back to where it is being affected. that could be from that finger on all the way up to the spinal cord where it starts. ... (1 replies)


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