Hi, I am Meena Sheth. I was operated for cerivcal myelopathy in August, 2012. My latest MRI REPORT state that Diffuse bulges are seen from C3-4 to C6-7 levels, indenting the anteriorsubarachnoidspace ...
a translation/interpretation if possible; encephalomalacia anteriorly in the inferior aspect of both frontal lobes adjacent to the midline with resultant expansion of the overlying csf space and some high signal ...
sinusitis 2) Minimum mucosal thickening in frontal sinus 3)Obliterated bilateral obliterated unit 4) Mils deviation of anterior and midportion of nasal septum (perpendicular plate of ethmoid bone)to right ...
with mild compression of right anterior hemicord and marked compression of right auxiliary recess on C4-5 (also mild disc space narrowing). Is this severe enough to warrant surgery pain in right shoulder ...
As per report of X-ray of Lumbo sacral spine ( AP & Lateral) issued by Sr. Resident ( Radio-diagnosis), it is revealed that Lordosis and intervertebral disc spaces are maintained, calcification of anterior ...
Dr plz suggested me which type of treatment should i take in this condition-Mild anterior wedging of L-1 vertebra with non-significant minimal bulge of L4-5
HI, thanks for using healthcare magic
The bulge refers to the intervertebral disc. These are disc found between the vertebral spaces.
Since the bulge is small it would not cause compression of any nerves.
Normally for this degree of injury the main treatment would be physiotherapy and pain medication as needed.
No surgical intervention is needed at this stage.
I hope this helps
Left anterior fascicular block is how much dangerous??
depends on the degree of the block. Some are generally not very serious as well as some are serious. Opinion of your cardiologist important in this case.
Interior horn cell desiase
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Anterior horn disease is a disease of peripheral nerves.
Anterior horn is the anterior part of the spinal cord.
It consists of ganglion cells and nerves arising cells.
The anterior horn disease is characterized by stiffness of the muscles.
Consult a neurologist for further work up.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal