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What Does Mild Hypertrophic Changes Of Cervical Spine
Hypertrophy is an increase in size of an organ or tissue, or a particular part of the body. Examples include muscle hypertrophy due to lifting weights, ventricular hypertrophy (enlargement of a ventricle of the heart) due to high blood pressure or other heart disorders, or prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of ...Read more
I've recently had an MRI of my cervical spine and will not see he dr. To review until monday. It shows generalizd posterior disc bulge that combines with bilateral uncovertebrlregion hypertrophy t create mild to moderate bilateral foraminal and mild centr
See below...: With age we all unfortunately lose water and cartilage in our discs. This can cause the discs to bulge and is commonly seen on mri. Disc bulges and bone spurs from the uncovertebral joints that compress nerves can cause arm pain, weakness, and numbness. I would follow-up with your doctor to determine if your symptoms are related to the changes seen on mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI cervical spine shows mild narrowing thecal sac at c5-c6, minimal bulge with joint hypertrophy. What does that mean?
Mri reports says --- uncinate and foramenal hypertrophy in the cervical spine. What does this mean?
What would NEUROLOGIST do when he sees my MRI mild Bulging n Herniation in lower n cervical spine and mild degenerative changes. Iam very symptomatic?
Aging/activity: As we get older we develop some degree of osteoarthritis in many of our joints. The speed of these changes depends on the wear and tear/trauma or how much activity we have and are enduring. Reactive endplate changes may be considered some of the earliest changes in osteoarthritis we can get. In my opinion theses are common in people in their 40's and do not mean severe disease is going to occur. ...Read more
I was asked to go for a.P.& lateral of the cervical spine. The result was that cervical spine is normal.Spondylotic changes are seen in vertebrae?
I have mild cervical spine dextroconvex scoliosis.Can you recommend me correction exercises or a health site that provide explained exercises for this?
My recent MRI of cervical spine shows reactive end plate changes. What does that mean and and shoukd I be concerned ?
What is mild generalized diminished t1 marrow signal, in the cervical spine, which may reflect red marrow reconversion. ?
Increased blood cell: As we age, our marrow should decreased production of blood cells and become fatty. This process can reverse (reconversion) for many reasons. The most common is a mild anemia; the most common reason for this is tobacco use. You will likely need some more testing to make sure nothing is wrong. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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