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Please help with radiologist report on cervical spine

Started by mikeinaction on 02/07/2019 4:06pm

It seems that everything from my C2-C5 are in order and easy enough to understand the report. But it looks like I have some issues with my C6-C7 area and I'm having issues understanding even through research online. The wording seems to be throwing me off.

The Doctor said, "Mild cervical spondylosis. Degenerative changes at C6-C7 lead to moderate narrowing of the neural foramina."

Could someone please help me figure out what this means? I was in a car accident years ago which I believe caused this. Since then I have had chronic fatigue, brain fog and back/neck pain. Just trying to cross everything on the list and figure out whats going on.

Thank you,
Mike Ross

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