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... and in legs. This is all intensified with genral work around the house, dishes, vacuumming, washing my hair. Ater grocery shopping I am in tears and have to lay down for a couple hours. Thats on a good day. ... (0 replies)
... and in legs. This is all intensified with genral work around the house, dishes, vacuumming, washing my hair. Ater grocery shopping I am in tears and have to lay down for a couple hours. Thats on a good day. ... (8 replies)
... Known to have cervical spondylosis. History of radiculopathy. ... (2 replies)

... C6. The cervical cord appears normal without signal abnormality. No paravertabral soft tissue abnormality is noted. There is no evidence of fracture at this time. ... (6 replies)
... S1 neuroforamen causing compression of the exiting left L5 nerve root. ... (5 replies)
... Well, I got an updated MRI on my cervical. I thought for sure I posted my older one on here and I can not find it. Anyway, here is the latest. As always, any advice is much wanted and greatly appreciated. ... (5 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 29, 2009
... long history so I'll try and make this brief. Started having neurological issues about year ago. Many many tests done, MRI, MRA, EEG, EMG, just to name a few. The only thing that came out of the tests was mild pinched nerve and some arthritis in my spine. Still had issues so my ortho referred me to a rheumatologist. ... (5 replies)
... The cervical vertebral bodies are well aligned with normal shape, size, and bone marrow signal. There is loss of normal cervical lordosis, likely secondary to position. There is mild intervertebral disc space desiccation. The spinal cord signal is normal. No tonsillar herniation. ... (1 replies)
... I don't really understand any of this. This is the notes that the doctor wrote after the test... ... (2 replies)
... That type of thing did not help. So I developed constant pain, which my PCP fianlly labeled fibromyalgia. ... (9 replies)
... Could someone that has the knowledge and technical ability take a look at my Cervical Spine MRI report. I was not satisfied with the explaination and advise from the doctor i went to.I was hoping that maybe someone could look at this and provide an honest, professional opinion on option to take to correct or alleviate. ... (5 replies)
... that's where the pain is the most. ... (3 replies)
Mri cervical
Aug 23, 2014
... Multilevel disc desiccation, loss of disc height and degenerative anterior marginal end plate osteophytic spurring. Multilevel facet joint degenerative arthropathy. ... (3 replies)
... No pain No surgery imho you can work on your weakness Try this Heat & Ice 6 times a day Get some Capsaicin Cream use twice a day (8 replies)
... NS recommended 3 level ACDF based on my MRI findings, but I am torn whether to go for the surgery or not. I do not have any pain in my neck or in my arms. ... (8 replies)
... I have seen 3 doctors so far, one recommended Epidural, the other recommended PT and the last one recommended 3 level ACDF. My right arm is getting weaker and I can see that my right arm biceps is not as strong as the left one. ... (0 replies)
... Myelomalacia is permanent cord damage. If you CAN correct whatever is causing that damage, then you need to do so before it causes even more. I don't know if the disks that are flattening your cord are causing that myelomalcia, but if they are, they need to be fixed. At any rate, this is my amateur understanding of it. ... (13 replies)
... Wow, it is amazing you know so much! Perhaps you could shed some light on my MRI report. I have not gone anywhere in nearly 8 weeks because of my neck pain. ... (20 replies)
... d central protrusions. Before I start, I want to make sure you understand, that I am not a doctor, and I can only share my personal experience. Please follow all of your doctors instructions. Having said that. A protrusion is basically a rupture of the Disk. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Lynnetter... I also had cervical spondylomylopathy with the same classic symptoms...numbness, loss of function, gait problems. My first surgery was a laminoplasty to reconstruct the inside of the spinal canal. It was great because it didn't involve fusion. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf, back pain, central protrusion of the c5-c6 and c6-c7, cervical spine, cervical stenosis, disk degeneration, help asap, loss of cervical lordosis, lumbar, mri, mri report interpretation, myelomalacia, osteophyte, spine surgery, thecal sac, weak arms

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