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Mra Cervical Spine
Mri/mra of brain and cervical spine is negative. What can cause pressure, throbbing, heavy head, pain in head? Neuros can't figure it out.
Would a VAD or CAD ever show up on a normal cervical MRI or would if have to be an MRA? I am having MRI head and Neck and MRV brain ONLY. Tomorrow.
Tests, tests: Different tests are better or worse at picking up certain things. That is expressed by the sensitivity of the test. If you are worried about detecting a vascular anomaly an angiographic exam might be best. Discuss it with the radiologist beforehand! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRA of the neck check for blood flow to make sure I won't have a stroke. My doctor was worried because I had a cervical fracture. Blood flow was fine.
I'm not: exactly sure what the question is. Sounds like the MRA was normal. Do you have a specific concern? ...Read more
Had complete neuro,rheum,workup, normal CBC , MRI of brain and spine , MRA of neck and xrays of neck and chest. All negative. Can spinal fluid be off?
Possible !: One has to know the proper history to answer this question ! ...Read more
Off balance , neck issue on right side. Grind my teeth ..it aggravates right side of neck, tiny needle-like pain) from neck down to mid back near spine hurts too. Ideas ? MRI/MRa of head & neck fine
Grind creak and hurt: Can also be asymptomatic don't confuse image findings for a diagnosis to mak a diagnosis you need three parts history physical exam clinical impression confirmed on a appropriate image selected for known sensitivity and spe cficity for the diagnosis you are looking for. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Benign nerve growth: A neuroma is a benign tumor or overgrowth of nerve cells which may grow from the nerve or be due to a focal injury. Neuromas can occur anywhere a nerve is. A cervical spine neuroma arises from nerves exiting the spine in the neck region. Many are small, and cause no problem. Larger ones or ones affecting muscle and pain function need evaluation. Your neurologist can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Either: A well trained surgeon of either specialty will do you just fine. The key is finding that surgeon. Asking your physician, as well as friends, family and acquaintances are good stating points in this research. Neurosurgery involves an average of seven years of training in surgery of the brain, spinal column, spinal nerves and spinal cord. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on Symptoms: This describes a finding on an x-ray that is associated with degenerative changes. Treatment should be based on symptoms. Neck pain with underlying degenerative findings is typically treated initially with over the counter medications, stretching, heat. If not responsive then formal physical therapy is often the first prescribed treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fairly common: Finding. This does not mean you will be disabled, just that arthritis is setting in and the discs are not as healthy as one would want. Work on strengthening your neck, helping support the area. Range of motion and stretching exercises, and stay well hydrated. Consider physical therapy as well if you start to notice pain and see a physician if you have any radiation of pain into arms. Best of luck. ...Read more
NO: there is no connection between the muscles of the neck itself and the larynx! Hope this answers your question ...if not ask again ..I'll watch for it! ...Read more
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