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. No suspicious destructive bony lesion. Degenerative changes in the spine. Again seen thoracic kyphosis ...Sir, I had stage four colon cancer that had metastasized to the liver 22 lesions.After 18 chemo ...

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Hi my name is XXXXX l am 59yrs old and was recently diagnosed with reversal of the lord is.dextroscoliosis in the mid upper thoracic spine, stenosis and osteophyte formation near my spinal cord . My Dr suggests ...

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neck hurts all the time. Along with my thoracic & lumbar spine . I'm scheduled for an MRI on my lumbar ...I am 53yrs. old & I have a very bad spine. From the cervical to lumbar. A couple of years ago I ...

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I herniated 2 discs in thoracic spine, T10-T11, T-11-t12 (it was quite bad legs went numb, tingling ... disorder." Another MRI of thoracic and lumbar with and without contrast (to reevaluate herniated thoracic ...

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I have scheuermann's disease - thoracic kyphosis , lumbar lordosis, lumbar pain and thoracic ... infraction is associated with thoracic kyphosis but no neural compression" What does that mean? What ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I have lesions, 3 of them, on my thorasic spine. My Neuro says they are nothing to worry about .... It kills me to go to a sitting position or to a standing one.I just wonder if my lesions could have ...

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Hi, I am 18 and weigh around 142 pounds. I dont know if its because of weight or a posture problem but my thoracic / middle of spine sticks out and is visible even when im standing up straight and keep ...

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I have had pain in the on the left side of my spine in the thoracic area (around T6 amd T7) for three weeks now. Over the past week the pain seems to have shifted to include my left ribs under my ...

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My Mom had a single Plasmacytoma in her thoracic spine in 2011 and was treated with radiation. She has been in remission until this week when her oncologist found 2 tumors or places of malignancy ...

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What does all of this mean? FINDINGS: There is mild scoliosis of the thoracic spine present convex to the LEFT. Thoracic interspaces are normal in height. There are subtle anterolateral osteophytes from ...

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Hello, Dr. Rynne. I am a 53 year old female who has just discovered a lump in the thoracic region of my spine, to the left side. It does not hurt, nor does it move when I touch it. When I touch it ...

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of my thoracic spine. This has been going on for a while, I have just been trying to deal with it ...I have a pain in the middle of my spine. I don t really notice it until I lay down ...

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my neurologist said i have 2 bulging discs in c spine mri then he wrote ? demylyeination .i have ... symptoms numbness cramps weekness ect could it be ms .thankypou ...

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if the spine has regenrated then is there a chance it was due to the fall as MS has now been ruled out ... that my vertabre at the c2 all the way to the c6 had degeneration and it was suspected MS after more tests ...

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i had an mri last week and the part im worried about is my thoracic spine this is what it says mild degenerative changes at c3 and 4 and c6 and 7 levels osteophytes at margins of the bodies of c2-3 and broad ...

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doctor1 MD

Hello MRI means Magnetic resonance imaging. It is done to find out any lesions involving the spine and other parts of the body. In spine it is commonly done to look for prolapsed disc and other conditions. Thank you

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you need to undergo MRI LS spine and with the result of the report you must consult neurologist or spine surgeon for further treatment.