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Scan showed Cervical spondylosis with multilevel disc degeneration and neural foraminal stenosis. What are the causes?

The scan finding says, that there is straightening of the cervical spine which may represent paraspinal muscle spasm , Anterior spondylotic changes from C3-C7 Conclusion Cervical spondylosis with multilevel disc degeneration and neural foraminal stenosis. How is this symtoms caused, could a fall have caused this symtoms Charles
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hand Surgery 's  Response
welcome to hcm forum

as per your description you have just mention the findings of the xray or mri scan.. you have not given any details of your history what is your complaints, what is your profession, what is your daily routine,what is your age,,, the history you have give is not the symptoms, it is the findings on the investigation which become relvant when the hisotry with clinic findings are their ...

so i advice you to meet an orthopaedicians withe the investigation report and he will clear your doubt further

have good day
Dr Roshan
Answered: Mon, 21 May 2012
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