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... I had MRI's done of the cervical and lumbar spine. ... (10 replies)
Cervical MRI
Oct 26, 2012
... stoperative changes status post anterior cervical fusion from C3 to C5. There is bilateral Harrington Rods in the cervicothoracic spine. There has been resection of the posterior elements at all levels sparing C2. Study is degraded by susceptiblity artifact from the fusion hardware and Harrington Rods. ... (0 replies)
... ve been reading and researching on this message board for a few days now and have found all sorts of useful information. I was hoping to get some opinions on my neck issues. I am 29 years old and am in good physical shape. ... (29 replies)

... disk interspace to the right of midline. Signal intensity within the visualized skeletal structures otherwise normal. ... (6 replies)
... sagittal T1 and T2 and axial gradient T2 and T1 sequence of the cervical spine are performed before the admin. of intravenous contrast. Subsequent intravenous contrast was admin. and axial and sagittal T1 weighted sequences were performed. ... (3 replies)
... It seems as if you have had quite an extensive surgical spine history. Do you have any plans to see any doctors in the future? What is your next step? (19 replies)
... loss of balance. ... (19 replies)
... bottom of the spine. ... (5 replies)
... Lordosis just means a backward curve of the ascending spine. Some areas should be lordotic, and the neck is one. Reversal of lordosis in the neck is pretty common. ... (4 replies)
... Disc desiccation. Broad based right paracentral disc protrusion abuts the ventral epidural space and thecal sac with moderate resultant central canal stenosis. Neural foramina are patent without neural impingement. Mild facet arthropathy evident. ... (3 replies)
... iously unexamined thoracic region would be a good idea, so he proceeded to order the needed studies. Now that I finally have recent mri's done of all of the major regions and it shows extensive disc involvement, I 'm even more mixed up than I started. ... (0 replies)
... tonsils lie in the posterior fossa. The caliber and T2 signal of the spinal cord from the foramen magnum to the inferior T5 vertebral body level, the C1 through C7 vertebral body heights, the T3, T4 vertebral body heights are wihin the range of normal variation. ... (1 replies)
... I have been dealing with neuropathy from my knees down for the past two years. Last year this time I had two MRIs done, one of my head, the other of my lower back. This year at roughly the same point of time I had another round of MRIs done, one of my cervical spine and again of my lower back. ... (1 replies)
... There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral body alignment and stature are normal. ... (3 replies)
... and also weakness in my arms and legs with partial numbness for a couple of years. I recently had an MRI and am hoping someone can help me decifer it and am hoping to talk to someone with similar problems. ... (22 replies)
... I wear a soft collar at night. The worst pain is in my shoulder. I have very limited ROM of my neck. ... (4 replies)
... T1, with narrowing of disc spaces, sclerosis of articular margins and facet joints. ... (17 replies)
Extreme Pain
Feb 2, 2006
... All of this sounds terrible. I am in extreme pain all the time but dr. has said I have nothing surgically wrong. ... (9 replies)
... Here are the readings of my MRI's for Cervical and Lumbar. ... (27 replies)
... Flattening of the physiological cervical lordosis is present. ... (4 replies)


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