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Xray report has loss of cervical lordosis. Severe pain in movement of neck followed by left arm joint. Is it treatable? Is it danger? Pls help me out.

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Dr. Sewa Legha
Internal Medicine - Oncology
3 doctors agree

In brief: It depends on type o

The report is only as reliable as the type of x-ray done(? C-spine x-ray versus MRI of the c-spine).
If you have lots of pain, a plane x-ray is not likely to help with the diagnosis. You need to be sure that you are examined by a neurologist or neurosurgeon to help you find out the cause and offer treatment which is appropriate. They can order a mri, if indicated based on their examination.

In brief: It depends on type o

The report is only as reliable as the type of x-ray done(? C-spine x-ray versus MRI of the c-spine).
If you have lots of pain, a plane x-ray is not likely to help with the diagnosis. You need to be sure that you are examined by a neurologist or neurosurgeon to help you find out the cause and offer treatment which is appropriate. They can order a mri, if indicated based on their examination.
Dr. Sewa Legha
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Dr. Paul Lynch
Pain Management
2 doctors agree

In brief: Cervical Radiculitis

This pain could be cervical radiculitis which means pain in the neck that radiates to the arm. It could also be two separate conditions.
Best to see a pain doctor to help evaluate. Check out paindoctor.Com to find a doc near you.

In brief: Cervical Radiculitis

This pain could be cervical radiculitis which means pain in the neck that radiates to the arm. It could also be two separate conditions.
Best to see a pain doctor to help evaluate. Check out paindoctor.Com to find a doc near you.
Dr. Paul Lynch
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