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Cervical disc herniation

Posterior disc osteophyte complex and disc herniation. C5-C6, C6-C7, Pain at left shoulder blade radiating towards left arm till finger, tingling and numbness sensation in left hand, pain at biceps and triceps
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You may need surgical decompression Please consult a neurosurgeon at the earliest
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Naresh Kumar Monigari Karimnagar | Consultant Physician
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Hello, neurological problem correlates with imaging findings, does patient have any weakness of left hand muscles like difficulty in gripping MRI cervical spine report needs to be assesses as the pressure on nerve root or spinal cord would be seen only on MRI cervical spine, seeing that and clinical examination decision has to be taken to try for medical or surgical management. Can try tab. Neugaba M ( pregabalin+ methyl cobalamine) 1-0-1, this tablet will help but clinical examination and MRI correlation is important. Kindly consult an orthopedician- spine surgeon or neurosurgeon for the same..
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