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I had a MRI on 1/14/15. On the evaluation of C3-C4 indicates the following: Anterior osteophytes ... scheduled to remove a large bulging disc at L5-S1. My symptons with my neck are constant headaches starting ...

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She is having fever range between 98.3-99.3 started with neck pain and xray finding marginal osteophytes . ...

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what does this mean? there is left paracentral disk osteophyte complex bugle seen at C5-C6 ... intervertebral foramina at the same level..its referring to my neck injury and there is asymmetrical disc ...

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At C5/C6 I have broad based disc osteophyte complex causing severe effacement of anterior thecal ...; moderate left neural foraminal stenosis and posterior interspinous edema. I am having neck pain and pain ...

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then an MRI scan which saying There are small osteophyte disc bars within the cervical spine ,most marked at C 5-6where disc osteophyte bar is in contact with the anterior the a leading to moderate canal ...

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I have been having neck and shoulder pain for over six months with increased worsening. Also have .... Have pain that radiates to right elbow. Pressure in ears. Cracking and popping of neck. I cannot keep ...

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I had an MRI cervical spine and diagnosed with multilevel complex osteophytes, and cord contact at c5-6 level. Told neurologist I been suffering with balance problems for a long time, along with neck ...

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ridging about three compartments of the knee and the femoral notch. Small cartilage island or enchondroma measuring 5mm in the distal femoral metaphysis. In my left knee I have sebaceous cyst in the subcutaneous ...

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I just read this on my MRI. What does this mean: C7-T1: Small disk osteophyte complex slightly ... had 3 neck surgeries already from an assault in 2001 ...

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I am diagnoised with osteophytes in 5th and 6th cervical vertebrae . I have pain and stiffness in neck, severe headaches like a tight band around the sides of my head just above ears and numbness in my ...

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Why does the bones that nearly meet at the bottom of the neck front be larger /higher on the right side than on the left. I have been diagnosed with Significant spondylotic disease with osteophytes ...

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hello Dr. i have been in a rear ender accident 2 years ago and have neck pain ever since.About 2 months ago i have been getting numbness and tingling feeling down my right arm started from the neck ...

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osteophytes. I ve had a progressive difficulty with swallowing over the last five years. I have to keep my neck straight when I swallow. Any twisting or bending can cause choking. Most recently, I ve had ...

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neck settled in and increased. She has no other neurological symptoms. The radiography to date shows osteophytes in the c1/c2 joint, and I think a swollen capsule. vertebral artery trajectory is normal ...

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Hi, I am a fit/healthy 48yr old female, 5ft 10 and 10st 4. Have been suffering with neck ... middle finger. An MRI cervical spine result revealed: prominent posterior disks bulge/osteophyte at C6 ...

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Hi ,need x-ray,likely osteophyte of osteoarthritis.

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Osteophytes is a sign of degenerative changes (age related) or osteoarthritis. It its self do not have any curative treatment.Hope this helps you, if so hit thanks.

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Hello. The symptoms you have mentioned are generally seen in the patients with osteoarthritis ( reduced joint space and abnormal bony spikes - osteophytes formation ) generally this is seen in the over weight and excessive usage of joints. An X-Ray Bilateral ( both ) knee joints - your GP could help in requesting this test. rest and reduction of weight ( if you are over weight). Hope this help.