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In brief: ?brachial plexus

Consider a problem involving upper brachial plexus.
The pain could be part of a Parsonage-Turner syndrome. An EMG test might help. See a neurologist. Agree, this is NOT MS.

In brief: ?brachial plexus

Consider a problem involving upper brachial plexus.
The pain could be part of a Parsonage-Turner syndrome. An EMG test might help. See a neurologist. Agree, this is NOT MS.
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Dr. Nestor Del rosario
Addiction Medicine

In brief: Cervical radiculopat

I had the same problem and ended up with surgery.
The involvement of nerves in spinal conditions are not seen by xr but rather by mri. The degree of compression is not equal to symptoms usually. Have it evaluated, your doctor can order MRI if he feels it is needed. Not all will need surgery and pt may help but that is after proper evaluation.

In brief: Cervical radiculopat

I had the same problem and ended up with surgery.
The involvement of nerves in spinal conditions are not seen by xr but rather by mri. The degree of compression is not equal to symptoms usually. Have it evaluated, your doctor can order MRI if he feels it is needed. Not all will need surgery and pt may help but that is after proper evaluation.
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