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CT scan of brain shows mild cerebral atrophy. MRI cervical spine reveals cervical spondylosis, posterior bulge. Appropriate medicines?

my mother name is chhanda ghosh age 62/f. ct scan of the brain reveeals mild age related cerebral atrophy .26/03/2013. mri servical spine reveals 1 ) cervical spondylosis .2)minimal posterrior bulge at c4 c5 and c5 c6 disc noted causing indentation over thecal sac .now what medicine apropiate for mail id is YYYY@YYYY .
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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As far as your cervical spondylosis is concern the treatment is mainly excercises to strengthen the cervical musculature maintain its flexibility and to halt the progress of the degenerating disc. take advice of good physiotherapist and under guidance of orthopedic surgeon take symptomatic treatment as and when you require.
for atrophy of cerebrum consult a neurophysician.
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