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Pain in right side of throat behind tonsils, right cheek, in neck, shoulders. Treatment?

hi. i have been having pain for about 6-7 months on the right side of my throat , feels behind my tonsil .also i ve been having pain under my right cheek and pain in my jaw and on the right side of the neck.a while ago i was feeling pain in the jugular notch, sometimes painin the back of the right side of the neck and shoulder goes down to my arm and fingers. i also get sometimes food stuck in my throat
Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said that you have chronic pain on right side of your throat behind right tonsil it spreads to jugular notch,above it reaches up to right cheek it radiate to involve right upper arm.All these complaints direct us to think for-(1) Cervical spondylosis with radiculopathy,(2) Cervical Rib,But you sometime feel difficulty in swallowing that suggest some local lesion in throat.Thus you are advice to go for these investigations (1) X-Ray cervical spine AP & Lat view.(2) M.R.I. Neck, (3) Upper G.I.Endoscopy.(4) C.T.Scan Paranasal sinuses. After this please you consult your doctor for physical examination than after co-relation with inferences of investigations one may reach to final diagnosis which will help in treatment.Thanks.
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