consultation we done the X-Ray examination of Cervical Spine(AP+Lateral).As a report it comes LOSS OF NORMALCERVICAL LORDOSIS . What is the prevention now? How does it cure? Medicine / Phisiotherapy ? Please revert ...
and is unsure. Also there is significant cervical erosion. I have a history of CIN3 which was removed 12 years ... attend A&E. What will happen to treat this? What is the likelyhood it is cancer and should I get medical ...
tests - came out normal, urin cultures showed a little bit of E. coli but probably not enough to cause ...Hi. For the past 3 and a half weeks I have had frequent urination . By frequent I mean every 60 ...
about 2 years since I had a period. When I visited my doctor, he said that cervical canel was closed and he had an untrasound on my abdomen area. After the ultrasound, te doctor said that my cervical area ...
-6 level. Causing copression c 6 exiting never rots in neural foramen What does it mean in layman terms ...Hello doctor I am having sever pain from shoulder to elbow level. X ray shows mild cervical ...
Hi, I have had swollen posterior cervical nodes for 5 months. Had US which shows 2 thyroid cysts . Blood work is within normal. Now I am noticing the deep cervical chain is palpable on my right side only ...
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Simple excitement and tension is the main cause of clear watery discharge fro cervix.
Good luck. Dr. HET
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Cervical X Ray analysis says C5- C6 PIVD. What does that mean and what is the way forward?
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PIVD means prolapse inter vertebrae disc. An intervertebral disc is a soft cushion which is sandwiched between the vertebral bodies. Getting C5-C6 pivd in any case is not a good sign, It could lead to headache, neck pain. u should wear a neck collar to restrict the neck movement and consult a orthopedician.
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