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What Treatment Is Recommended For This MRI Scan Result For Cervical Spine?

Hello Doctor, is it curable ?.SKS NEURO POLYTRAUMA HOSPITAL.Date:13-05-2014.Tue ID: EP-425804. Name:Kamal Prakash.54.Yrs.M Ref by: Dr. Sreedhar.D.MRI SCAN OF CERVICAL SPINE.Technic:Tirm Sagittal, T1 Axial,T1 Sagittal, T2 Axial, T2 Sagittal, Tirm Coronal.Result:1. Partial loss of signal morphology of all cervical inter vertebral discs on T2 weighted images.2. Posterior discal herniation seen impinging the adjacent anterior thecal sac and causing bilateral neural foraminal narrowing at C3-C4. Levels.3. Posterior osteophytes seen impinging adjacent anterior thecal sac at C4-C5, C5-C6,C6-C7. Levels.4. No evidence of nerve root compression.5. Normal signal morphology of the vertebral bodies. 6. Normal signal morphology of cervical cord.7. Atlanto axial and cranio vertebral junctions appear normal.8. Para vertebral soft tissues appear normal.Impression. – Cervical spondylosis.– Posterior discal herniation seen impinging the adjacent anterior thecal sac and causing bilateral neural foraminal narrowing at C3-C4. Levels.– Posterior osteophytes seen impinging adjacent anterior thecal sac at C4-C5, C5-C6, C6-C7. Levels. Incidentally noted: Lumbar -Spondloysis.– Schmorl nodules herniating into the lower end plate of TV12 body.– Transitional vertebra at S1 level with lumbarization of S1 vertebrae.For clinical correlation. Dr: M.Krishna MD. Radiologist.
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Bed rest and belt is needed. A spine surgeon should be consulted. Cervicothoracic stabilization therapy is also available.

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Dr. Sunny Madar, General & Family Physician
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What Treatment Is Recommended For This MRI Scan Result For Cervical Spine?

Hi, Bed rest and belt is needed. A spine surgeon should be consulted. Cervicothoracic stabilization therapy is also available. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Sunny Madar, General & Family Physician