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... bottom of the spine. ... (5 replies)
... screws from C3 through T2. ... (14 replies)
Detailed report
Mar 21, 2010
... lash in a car accident on last 21st of Jan. after the m.r.i. ... (1 replies)

... that I get to see the MRI image. It's interesting in that I am leaving for Maoab, Utah right after the consultation to do some great Mountain Biking for a couple of weeks. So what do you think the neuro surgeon will say when I tell her that I'm planning on biking, will she say no way or it's OK? ... (40 replies)
... I presently have left arm pain, mild in the bicep, pretty severe in the ulnar, esp when I bend my elbow or carry my dog, or handbag or type for long periods of time. This seems to be worsening slowly. My left hand shakes too. ... (1 replies)
... There is preservation of normal cervical lordotic curvature. Vertebral body heights are normal. ... (7 replies)
... Neither one. Just a guy who's had three cervical surgeries over 16 years, looked at a lot of MRI's, read a lot of reports, and researched things a little. So you should, of course, keep in mind that I'm an amateur, and I can only supply background. ... (23 replies)
... Years ago, I finally went to a Neurologist at my Primary Doctors request. I had a good bit of pain, but I am able to tolerate more pain then the usual person. He ordered the first MRI. ... (13 replies)
... There is broad osteophytic spurring. There is left c3 neural foraminal stenosis. The right c3 neural foramen is patent. ... (23 replies)
... Here are the readings of my MRI's for Cervical and Lumbar. ... (27 replies)
... sequence images were obtained through the cervical spine without the use of IV contrast. Standardsequences were obtained. ... (5 replies)
... Limited evaluation of the posterior fossa is normal.Normal craniocervical juction. There is straightening of the normal cervical spine lordosis. The height of the cervical spine vertebral bodies is maintained. The bone marrow signal is within normal limits for the patient's age. ... (1 replies)
... Straightening of usual cervical lordosis. No osseous sclerotic or osseous loose lesion appreciated. The usual low attenuation visualized portions mastoid air cells. ... (5 replies)
... Straightening of usual cervical lordosis. No osseous sclerotic or osseous loose lesion appreciated. The usual low attenuation visualized portions mastoid air cells. ... (0 replies)
... the cord. Findings are visualized on images No. 13 and 14, series 5 as well as image 9, series 3. ... (8 replies)
... Axial images at the C2-C3 level show a left paracentral spur disc complex effacing anterolateral thecal sac and causing mild left-sided neural foraminal narrowing. Axial images C3-C4 level redemonstrated left-sided uncovertebral facet osteophyte formation causing mild left-sided neural foraminal narrowing. Axial image at C4-C5 level shows right paracentral disc... (2 replies)
... had his MRI recently. He is in constant pain and feels like there is a huge nail being driven into the nape of his neck, his arms can go numb or hot and swollen. He can't lift anything heavy, or do anything like sanding etc. without pain. ... (3 replies)
... which of course will take many doctors opinions and research though. ... (10 replies)
... I was in Pt 3 days a week, but couldn't advance beyond a beginner in terms of strengthening exercises. Any increase always aggravated my symptoms and made me feel worse. ... (0 replies)
... He did say there is a chance of additional surgery being needed. ... (11 replies)




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