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MRI report stated ahemangioma within t8 vertebral body there is mild narrowing of central canal. Medication?

what does for mri report mean. there is ahemangioma within t8 vertebral body there is mild narrowing of central canal at the t10-t11 level secondary to diffuse bulge and bilateral facet degenerative disease the nueral formina also is mildly narrowed at this level l4-l5 bulge l5- si right central bulge making brief contact with s1 nerve root c4-c5 syrinix. im a 27 years old male who has already had tennis elbow surgeries both arms and right carpal tunnel surgery.what treaments do i need. medicine ,surgery?what type of medicine or surgery.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hi, welcome to HCM.
Haemangioma is benign and incidental finding . No need of any treatment needed for the same.
Treatments for disc bulge anr beural forminal compromise depends on mainly severity of symptoms.
It includes physiotherapy , medication or surgery.
Surgery in indicated in severe cases associated with painful radiculopathy. Otherwise physiotherapy may suffice.
You need to consult your physician regarding same and plan treatment on severity.

Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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