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... Hi all. Thanks to the Gods at Google, I just found this board. I am hoping that you kind souls can help a clueless newbie interpret her MRI results and determine if I should stress out or not. ... (24 replies)
... ing in the first two fingers of my left hand. This progression has lasted for 6 weeks now and doesn't seem to be getting much better. Can some one please help me interpret my MRI results and let me know what I may be headed for. Thanks in advance! ... (3 replies)
... Obviously none of us are medical professionals and cannot read or interpret an MRI or any other type of report... ... (10 replies)

... If u make appt w a neuro he most likely will b able to interpret your mri for you. Surgery is your last option all the time, but you have alot of neoro symptoms that should'nt b taken lightly. ... (4 replies)
... I was hoping someone could help me interpret my Cervical Spine MRI results. My chiropractor ordered the MRI and I'm being referred to a neurosurgeon. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your messages. I'm with a Kaiser HMO plan so the doctor who referred me to get the MRI was actually a nurse practitioner. Once she got the results back, she referred me to their cervical surgery center to talk to a surgeon I guess. ... (3 replies)
... Doubt that it is surgical at this point. Interesting to note the last lumbar MRI of 3 years ago showed only "mild" DDD. Does this mean that since there is progression, I can expect futher progression to "severe"? ... (6 replies)
... to interpret your MRI results!! Why can't you ask your doctor to tell you what they mean? ... (1 replies)
... I'm 32 yr old mom with Vasculitis (prob Churg-Strauss), POTS, Sinus Tachycardia. Had MRI of brain & neck after suspected TIA. I'm confused by the results: -"cerebellar tonsils low lying with inferior aspect of cerebellar tonsil just approaching superior aspect of posterior arch of C1. Little associated cervicomedullary compression. -"mild degenerative changes evident with... (1 replies)
... Unfornunatly, the doc that said my neck was fine...was a neurosurgeon...the very same one that did the ACDF back in june... ... (10 replies)
... most affected . I did also go for a second opinion in NYC for the last MRI and a surgery consult in NYC also . ... (3 replies)
... specialist to know how to interpret those MRI results, probably even your primary care doc wouldn't be able to give you too much info. ... (4 replies)
... build the back of my spine and relieve the pressure but then less than 3 months later, the ligaments in my neck let go and I dislocated 5 vertebrae and broke 3 of them. ... (6 replies)
... Everyone seems to think they should go back to normal after spine surgery and that just isn't so. ... (6 replies)
... word MILD on you, that's rather a good thing. that doesn't help your pain any..... but it could keep you off the surgical table. i can identify totally with the back of head pain and how debilitating it is. i'm working on my 3rd year of intense therapies to try find the answer. ... (1 replies)
... julie10... I am in a similar situation as u..only my problems r in my neck. I have 3 bulging discs with no nerve root or cord compression. So surgery is not recommended but I am in pain. I saw a neurologist yesterday and all he had to offer was pain medication. Steroid injection is not an option either as there is no nerve root compression. I would be very interested to know... (6 replies)
... Jenny...I realize the news is not particularly good, but it's probably not all that bad compared to what some have to deal with. Hearing that there there is a risk you could be paralyzed is just not all that pleasant! But, I do appreciate the time you have taken to respond, and your insights. Sounds like you have really been through it. In addition to nerve pain I have... (6 replies)
2nd Opinion?
Jul 19, 2008
... they interpret your MRI results, symptoms, and other health conditions as factors. ... (1 replies)
... Due to my right arm remaining very weak, the Neuro. ordered a cervical spine MRI with contrast. ... (34 replies)
... So here is the bottom line with your neck and lumbar spine. You have 2 areas where the spinal nerves are being compressed but both are "ranked" as being "mild". The 4 levels of severity are minimal, mild, moderate and severe and most spine surgeon will not touch you until you are "severe". As for the cord compression, believe it or not, the cord can take a lot of compression... (9 replies)

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