Cervical Spine MRI-results-HELP!
Can anyone help me understand the results from my recent MRI?
Finding: Mild loss of the normal cervical lordosis. C5-6 disk space is mildly narrowed. Signa intensity of the cord is unremarkable.
At C1-2 and C2-3 no major abnormalitie.
At C3-4 and C4-5 minimal annular bulge without canal or foraminal stenosis.
At C5-6, small diffuse disk osteophyte complex 3mm in AP diameter indents the sac without canal stenosis. Sac AP diameter is 10 mm. The ventral surface of the cord is slightly deformed adjacent to the disk, although there is CSF between the disk and cord. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing.
Impression: At C5-6, there is a small diffuse disk osteopyhyte complex indenting the sac and mildly narrowing the foramina, without central canal stenosis. The ventral surface of the cord is slightly deformed at this level, although CSF surround the cord. Elsewhere, there are more mild degenerative changes.
Neck, shoulder, shoulder blade, arm pain. Pain shoots down both arms. Weakness in wrists. Burning, aching, tingling in neck and shoulders. Body fatigue all of the time. Neck cracks and pops when I turn left, right, front, or back. Overwhelming pain all of the time.
I posted this several days ago, but believe I posted in the wrong place. Any requests would be appreciated.
Thank you and God bless!!~~