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... spine MRI is saying in layman's terms. ... (39 replies)
... There are such things as "open" MRIs, but they aren't much more open... And the downside is the images are tpyically not as clear as a "normal" MRI. ... (39 replies)
... spine MRI is the same? ... (5 replies)

... old woman. I'm a massage therapist and I've had numbness and tingling in my right arm off and on for at least five years. ... (3 replies)
... I believe it is slowly causing problems throughout my spine. ... (2 replies)
... they would hit one area, then jump to another. A few days after the pains hit I noticed buzzing in my feet, usually one foot at a time on and off. Well for 2 months now I have also had non stop muscle fascilations all over my body. ... (3 replies)
... i would have to totally agree with NG up there that the c 5 and the c 6 would more than likely be impacted here in some way since that c 5 kinda stops its innervation almost exactly where you described right above the elbow? ... (8 replies)
... down to the t 1 vertebrae, with ALOT of actual crossover at the c 7 thru the T1 nerves. they have both motor and sensory nerve root connections to each other there. ... (9 replies)
... I'm going the the orthopedics on Friday and want to ask for a MRI. ANy information would be good. ... (1 replies)
... with no fusion. I seemed to heal well, but I think I did reinjure myself a few times. You know how you slip off a curb or a step and jam your spine? ... (9 replies)
... n and what you would feel with the overall nerve related pain which is referred to as radiculopathy in most cases, there is also a very direct connection between what would be the spinal cord and spinal nerves and muscles if the nerves or cord are actually sending out 'signals' to the muscles they innervate. ... (2 replies)
... spine. It shows that you have a protruding disk which causes impingement of the nerves and also causes a instability of the vertebrae called spondylolisthisis. I am sure that your headaches and neck pain are related to this". ... (13 replies)
... acceptance. after kissing a number of frogs, i now have a NS in whom i have as much faith as i can possibly have under the circumstances, so that is in place. like you, i am also desperate to get on with my life. ... (4 replies)
... Here is what the MRI report says There are no relevant examinations for comparison. The patient is status post cervical fusion at C4-C5 and C5-C6.. There is a susceptibility artifact from the metallic fusion. At C3-C4 there is however a central disc herniation with ventral impression on the cervical cord. There are no significant cervical cord signal abnormalities in... (10 replies)
... dont understand ALL of the terminology but I do see youre probably dealing with some nerve damage. Early signs are numbness and tingling and foraminal narrowing is notorious for compressing nerves. ... (3 replies)
... epidural injections are aimed at reducing pain and inflammation. They are not currative when there is something pressing on the nerves like bone spurs. ... (13 replies)
... Your neck is not good. So let me do a little explaining by level. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not a Dr either but from all the Drs I've talked to a 4 level ACDF is a big deal. ... (10 replies)
Help with MRI
Feb 2, 2013
... Hello I was wondering if anyone could help explain what my MRI reads. My doctors are kind of keeping me out of the loop because it is work related and my job doesn't confer with my doctors. ... (4 replies)
... I finally recieved my actual MRI report. ... (13 replies)

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