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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)
... Hi and thanks for reading my post. I started out experiencing severe pain in the left shoulder blade area of my back. ... (3 replies)
... Keep in mind that NO ONE here is a medical professional and can interpret your MRI....So please don't include anything we say into your treatment plan. You must seek out a Dr. to appropriately read the results and go from there. ... (10 replies)

... Question, Can anyone interpret my MRI (I have md appt, but am wondering right now what it all means). Mild to moderate Central Canal Stenosis at c6-c7. No significant cord compression or abnormal signal is seen in the cord at this level. Severe Right neural foraminal narrowing at c5-c6 and moderate to severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing at c6-c7, slightly... (1 replies)
... for your input. You both are angels! Before you responded this was all so confusing. I understand fully now. I hurt really bad and that was just my cervical I didn't even put my lower lumbar info in. It is the same language so now I will be able to interpret that MRI also. ... (3 replies)
... Wondering if anyone can help interpret my cervical spine MRI please . ... (3 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)
... Well I am not the greatest expert on the boards here, but here is my 2 cents. ... (5 replies)
... The report reads as potentially pretty serious but you really need to get the opinion of a spine specialist. They can read the MRI and determine what treatment is required. ... (2 replies)
... Obviously none of us are medical professionals and cannot read or interpret an MRI or any other type of report... ... (10 replies)
... We can give you spine anatomy and what words mean but asking any of us what your MRI means...none of us are crazy enough to do that. We leave it to our spine docs to do that. We can say.... ... (8 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)
... Yeah, that MRI report is pretty crappy. There is no indication of the degree of central canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... I am sorry to hear you are in such misery. I would not have any medical knowledge to interpret your MRI but I have read that there is a relatively small space between the cervical vertebrae and even a small disc bulge can sometimes cause a lot of pain and problems. ... (2 replies)
... Yes hands are spastic n feet n neck n headaches n balance n confused I've been referred to the spine specialists for review its been cancelled twice due to vocat n TAC butting heads over which is paying for it no letter with with coming to the party n I was thrown from a SUV onto rd at 60k I'm following through but getting no where and they est my approval maybe 8 weeks... (2 replies)
... Hi everyone, it's been a few months since you've heard from me. My dear hubby and I spent some time in Wyo with my 4 kids and 2 grandsons. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you very much for your informative reply teteri66. I only just turned 50 in January of this year. Is it a little early for such DDD or is that common? I hope it doesn't progress any further until I can get proper treatment. I live in Canada and the wait to see a Neurosurgeon is about 6-8 months. Any idea what I can do in the meantime to help myself. Would calcium... (3 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 had a stand up mri of my shoulder. Hey, a tear in my rotator! ... (1 replies)
Severe stenosis
Mar 13, 2015
... Hi, I was wondering if someone could interpret my MRI results for me. They sound pretty scary to me and I would like to understand them so I am better equipped when I see the doctor. ... (25 replies)

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