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Bilateral cervical facet block

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Suggest treatment for degenerative disc disease of cervical spine

ok thanks MRI Cervical spine without contrast. 8/27/13 History: Neck pain and bilateral arm pain ...-4. Posterior element hypertrophy is most pronounced and severe on the right at C4-5 with thin facet effusion ...
 

Meaning of cervical disc bulge, bilateral osteoarthritis, disc protrusion?

My MRI shows mild central canal stenosis L3-L4. Mild cervical disc bulges and bilateral osteoarthritis L3-L4, L4-L5 and small focal left foraminal disc protrusion L2-L3. ECG shows pinched nerve L4-L5 ...
 

Suggest treatment for pain due to cervical spondylosis

pronounced at C8-T-1 in conjunction with buckling of the disc and mild bilateral facet arthropathy results ...I have had 5 cervical spine surgeries; the first was a unsuccessful attempt to fuse c66-7 in 1993 ...
 

Cervical MRI showed subcentimetre bilateral level II cervical chain lymph nodes. Meaning?

Hi, I had a cervical MRI done and there was an incidental finding of subcentimetre bilateral level II cervical chain lymph nodes and would like to know what this may mean? ...
 

Have significant degenerative changes in cervical spine. Do I need surgery?

osteophyte complex. C7-T1 advanced degenerative left facet hypertrophy with severe bilateral foraminal ...I had MRI and they found C2-3 degenerative right facet hypertrophy w/o significant foraminal ...
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MRI result showing compression of the cervical spinal cord, bilateral facet joint hypertrophy, mild central stenosis. Advice?

prominent in the right subarticular with slight compression of the cervical spinal cord. Bilateral uncovertebral joint hypertrophy. Bilateral facet joint hpyertrophy. Mild central stenosis. Severe right ...
 

Cervical spine MRI done. Suggestions?

to the ground unconscious. I had a cervical spine MRI . The impression Congenital central canal stenosis from c3-c6. Multilevel dengerative changes of the cervical invertebral discs and facets including posterior ...
 

FNAC done. Cytology bilateral cervical lymph node. Is it malignant?

I have got an FNAC done. It is for Cervical Lymph Node (Bilateral). It reads as follows: Smears ... is negative. Impression: Cytology bilateral cervical Lymph Node: GRANULOMATOUS LYMPHADENITIS Is it something ...
 

Treatment other than laproscopy for Bilateral distal tubal block

Hello Dr, My HSG report says I have Bilateral distal tubal block and the scan report says Bilateral ... 2010). My husband is not having any problem and for me the Uterus and cervics are normal. I m adviced ...
 

MRI spine cervical done. What does findings suggest?

upon the neuroforamina , mildly bilaterally . The facets demonstrate mild degenerative changes . What dose this mean from a MRI Spine Cervical WO Count ...
 

Anterior cervical, bilateral tonsilar lymph nodes and bilateral inguinal nodes. BMI given. Suggestion?

Hello doctor, I am 26yrs old,female. have left anterior cervical , left preauricular and bilateral tonsilar lymph nodes palpable for 2 years and bilateral inguinal nodes palpable for a year and a half ...
 

Have had cervical fussion. MRI said bilateral ligamentum flavum hypertrophy. Meaning?

,hands are in so much pain, my leggs, hips and feet are bad as well . my mri showed disk degeneration at all levels,bilateral ...
 

Swollen bilateral cervical lymph nodes. Persisting lump. What to do?

Hi I am a 27 year old female who has had swollen bilateral cervical lymph nodes for many years and have recently discovered a hard lump under my jaw that doesn t feel like the other nodes. I was just ...
 

Neck pain, giddiness. Scan shows loss of normal cervical lordosis

of normal cervical lordosis noted. Verterbral bodies are normal in height and signal intesity pattern. Early marginal osteophytes are noted Dessication of c4-c5 intevertebral disc noted. Rest of visulised cervic ...
 

MRI shows moderate posterior spondylosis at C5-6, bilateral uncovertebral spurring, mild degeneration. Meaning ?

mri shows at c5-6 there is moderate posterior spondylosis and bilateral uncovertebral spurring as well as mild facet degeneration. spur disc complex abuts the ventral cervical cord without cord ...
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my wife HSG repoer shows probably bilateral fimbrial blocked pls advice me what i have to do.
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