Explanation Of The Results Of MRI Abnormalities In The Spine?
Conclusions Mricurse cervical reverse lordoticspondilosis uncocercalis lumbosabral accompanied by a degenerative disc diseasebulging disc with a picture of the left rpotusion bulging disc c4-5, l4-5, 4-5 that suppresses the thecal sac lightly on the axial section showing the presence of canal stenosis c4-5 suspicious irritation radix c5 left intrathecal invisibility abnormalities myelography: no visible obstructions of liquorini flow what does that mean? thanks
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From the reading of the MRI examination that you have been through, it is known that there are abnormalities in your spine in the neck, waist and tailbone. The disorder, not yet to cause interference with the spinal nerves and cerebrospinal liquor (LCS) fluid flow.
You need to know, that MRI examination is only a supplementary examination. So it needs to be matched first with the clinical condition results of direct examination by a doctor and other supporting examinations before drawing conclusions diagnosing an illness. Therefore, go back to consult with your doctor so that the doctor can draw conclusions about your illness from the results of this MRI examination and other examinations that you have had before.
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