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Does a protruding C6/7 disc into spinal column cause slight hand tingles?

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Dr. Bert Liang
Neurology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Depends

It would depend where and the extent it involved the nerve roots.

In brief: Depends

It would depend where and the extent it involved the nerve roots.
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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine

In brief: Hand tingles

Nerve root impingement by a bulging disk or vertebral spur in the cervical spine can cause symptoms like that in an upper extremity.
A neurologist or neurosurgeon would be best qualified to evaluate such a symptom and an mri of the neck may be recommended.

In brief: Hand tingles

Nerve root impingement by a bulging disk or vertebral spur in the cervical spine can cause symptoms like that in an upper extremity.
A neurologist or neurosurgeon would be best qualified to evaluate such a symptom and an mri of the neck may be recommended.
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