Your MRI is rightly reported & it is normalfinding
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The bone marrow in humans is predominantly red in infancy,which is mostly made of red cells and with age it gets replaced by fat components and is transformed to yellow...
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An abnormal small area in the brain that you are referring to is probably a lacunar infarct or small vascular ischemic changes. Further information is needed to know the exact MRI finding, but if your doctor has told you to review in six months then there is no need to...
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According to reports your have degenerative disc prolapse of spine
1.There is posterior diffuse bulging of disc at C4-5 level.
2.Also there is small posterior osteophyte at C6 level at superior level and it is mildly effacing ventral CSF space.
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The MRI report is suggestive of spinal disc herniation with nerve root compression in the spine. The spinal disc herniation is also called slipped disc- it is a condition affecting the spine, in which a tear in the outer, fibrous ring of an intervertebral discallows the...
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I have gone through your MRI reports and your complaints.
The MRI findings are not severe, and may cause neck pain and pain in the arms.
You need to get examined by a neurologist, as well as a rheumatologist. A few blood tests such as rheumatoid factor, ESR,...