Re: MRI Cervical
Hi Rdj1957, Welcome to the backboard. What symptoms are you having & when do you see the neurosurgeon? Im sorry that i cant be more help to you I have a lumbar history and from reading your mri can see that there are some things that are considered mild or moderate & are probably not pain generators other things like annular tears, bone spurs certainly may be causing pain also the thin, fluid line in the cord is not defined as myelomalacia & the signal in the vertebral body @ C6 is not explained further either so I think that the neurosurgeon/ spine orthopedic is the next step, however, there are many knowledgeable people on this board that could offer a better explanation. I just wanted to say welcome & i am sorry this is happening to you & i understand back pain & nerve symptoms if you need a listening ear because ive had multiple back surgeries. I hope that your neck/ back symptoms can be resolved soon. Thank you.
Last edited by gmak; 01-31-2013 at 11:59 AM.
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