Outer Thoracal MRI?
I am 22 years old, I did an MRI last week because I couldn’t move my left hand and leg and it feels tingling until now. It’s been almost 21 days. I experienced this doctor. The MRI result states “hypolordosis cervicalis (straight cervical vertebra susp et causa paraspinal muscle spasm? And there is no pathological intensity of the vertebral bodies. I suspect the possibility of cervical myelopathy as high as corpus VC 4-7. What do you think about the MRI results? I think I’m sick) what?
Hello Rizky! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The point of the MRI exam results is that the natural curve in your neck is less curved than normal (straight cervical vertebra). A possible cause is spasm of the paraspinal muscles or muscles around the spine. Then, no visible abnormalities in the body of your spine. However, there is a suspicion of nerve disorders in the spinal cord in the cervical spine region at the level of the 4th to 7th bones. The possibility of your pain cannot be determined only from the MRI results alone, a direct examination of you also affects the possible causes. It is best if you take the results back to the neurologist who advised you for an MRI. The doctor will explain the results of the MRI and the appropriate treatment for you.
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