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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Dr. Arun Prasad
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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Exp 35 years

Mild curvature of the spine

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Dr.  Indu Kumar MD

hello I just received my MRI results new...abnormal marrow edema in the right sacrlala suspicious for racture degenerative spinal curvature severe spondylosis at l3-l4 with mild central canal stenosis stable ... View answer

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Dr. Vineet Saggar MD

-rays on my brain and neck and I was told I had a slight loss of curvature in my spine, but nothing serious ... 3 days in the hospital with a mild concussion, head and neck trauma, and some short term... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vineet Saggar ( Neurologist)
Dr. Eric Goldstein MD

My 8 yr old grandson was found to have a little curvature of the spine last year on a physical that was at a 5. He had his physical this year and has now grown to an 11. He has grown 3 inches this year ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Eric Goldstein ( Pediatrician)
Dr. Dariush Saghafi MD

my spine is every other person I ve watched with kyphosis deformed stiff or other kind of spine ... started the rest of the spine was pretty normal and moveable below there but over the years it just... View answer

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Dr. Albana Sejdini MD

I had x-rays of the Cervical Spine and the Thoracic Spine. The results were Cervical spine xray shows some mild degenerative changes. Thoracic spine shows a curvature. I also have... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Albana Sejdini ( General & Family Physician)

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Dr. PANKAJ ARORA MD

Sir what does it means Straightening of curvature of cervical spine is seen Multiple cervical ... disc height. However, disc osteophytes complexes at C5-C6 and C6-C7 level are causing mild indentation ... View answer

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Dr.  Michelle Gibson James MD

Apparently because I ve been suffering so bad for 6 weeks because of my mild 15%curvature in my spine scoliosis and mild degenerative disc disease and terrible sciatica in my front thigh Drs say... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Michelle Gibson James ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Erion Spaho MD

MRI OF LUMBOSACRAL SPINE: - PROTOCOL: -     SE T1W & TSE T2W SEQUENCES IN SAGITTAL PLANE. -     TSE ... of straightening of lumbar lordotic curvature. Vertebrae are normal in height, alignment and marrow... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Erion Spaho ( Neurologist)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

Hi, I am a 28 year women that just got diagnosed with cervical stenosis of my c5 and c6 vertebea. On my MRI report it says mild stenosis and curvature of my spine. Wondering if I may need surgery? I do... View answer

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Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel MD

and pain. The following are the report findings: Slight curvature of the lumbar spine convex to the right ... herniation slightly indents the thecal sac. Contributes to mild foraminal stenosis. L3-4:... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel ( General Surgeon)

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Dr. Klerida Shehu MD

yes and it's painful, contact a neuro surgeon.

Dr. Rakhi Tayal MD

Hello. Thanks for writing to us. It depends on the angle of the curvature. Small curvatures are normal. I hope this information has been helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Rakhi Tayal. Click on thanks button...

Dr. Saumya Mittal MD

Yes. I can explain that. It means that the intravertebral disc is moved out of the normal place between the bones, and the disc is pressing the spinal cord. I hope that helps. Please feel free to contact us for more...