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Hi, My wife aged 39yrs recently had a MRI scan

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My wife aged 39yrs recently had a MRI scan for neck pain and the result is "Diffuse disc bulge with right para central extrusion at C5-C6 disc level seen causing spinal canal and bilateral neural foraminal narrowing, flattening of adjacent cord and impressing on right exiting nerve root".
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Sun, 4 Nov 2018
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