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My LS Spine AP/ Lat View Xray report showed following finding; 1.Loss of lumber lordosis 2. Minimal Marginal osteophytosis 3.L5/L1 disc space is dimnished 4. Posterior elements and soft tissue are normal 5 ...

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Xray cervical spine findings, The cervical lordosis is flattened.What does this mean?? Mild intervertebral disc space narrowing is present at the c5/c6 level.What does this mean?? The bony neural exit ...

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I recently done MRI which shows loss of cervical lordossis. Can you please tell me how bad is this ? And possible treatment for this.

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strengthening exercises. Can you please tell me how to correct my lordosis and with what kind of exercises ...Hi Doctor, I am suffering from Lordosis/Swayback problem from many years due to which I have ...

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I was just diagnosed with spondylolisthesis on L15 on S1 with mildly exagerated lordosis what does this all mean. ...

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MRI w/o contrast: mild levoscoliosis w/normal lumbar lordosis. Vertebral body heights appear normal ... with facet hypertrophy and normal foramina. Sacrum in grossly intact. S1 joints are unremarkable. What does ...

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i need it. Can you please explain firstly what my Radiology report means and what treatment you ...Hi, i have a Radiology Report that says i have: reduced cervical lordosis , disc space narrowing ...

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persistent pain on my back and my left hip. X-ray was taken and revealed loss of normal lumbar lordosis. I would like to know whether the traffic accident will cause the loss of normal lumbar lordosis ? Many ...

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CERVICAL LORDOSIS . What is the prevention now? How does it cure? Medicine / Phisiotherapy ? Please revert ...

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at the moment :) ) so I will do my best to translate it in english. The MRI showed a reversed cervical lordosis ... to the right. The spinal cord is normal. Please advise if I should proceed to further examinations and what ...

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tissue spaces are normal there is loss of normal cervical lordosis seen houlder joint is unremarkable ...

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and upper back. Recently got an x-ray done and it stated loss of normal lordosis is seen and this could be due to muscle spasm . What does loss of normal lordosis mean , what are the causes and effects ...

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ACDF hardware with associated screws are seen from C4 through C7. There is reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. The bone marrow signal is homogenous. C2-C3: No stenosis C3-C4: Right paracentral ...

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what does this mean? There is mildreversal of the normal cervical lordosis. Postoperative changes arepresent following anterior fusion of C6 and C7, using a metal plateaffixed with screws. Mild degenerative ...

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S Spine and the report says - Exaggerated lordosis with mild scoliosis to the left. Vertebrae bodies show small Osteophytes. Please explain that what does it means and what is remedy for the same .... Mr AAAA ...

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it means the neck has gone straight and then started to curve towards the back, instead of the front.Kyphosis is the term used to describe a type of abnormal curve in the spine.A kyphotic spinal deformity means there is too much forward curve in the spine. Lordosis is the inward curvature of a portion of the lumbar column. I suggest fiziotherapy and to see a ortopedist.

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wellcome to HCM im DR Muhammad Ahmad It means abnormal inward curvature of Vertebral column specially cervical and lumber spine... cure is usually surgical and physiotherapy...consult an orthopedic surgeon..follow up questions are wellcomed. REGARDS

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