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Cervical Myelopathy neck
Neck pain weakness numbness in arms and legs, increased curvature of spine noted sagital images demonstrate signal intensity with collar button like projection with thecal sac compression at c3-c4 level
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Dr. Chandan Mohanty
Neurosurgeon 6 yrs exp Mumbai
Hello.Sorry to hear this. Your MRI shows compression of the spinal cord at multiple levels in your cervical spine (neck) causing cervical spondylotic myelopathy. Generally, myelopathy is best treated with surgery where the compression on the spinal cord can be released. Please see a neurosurgeon for further detailed examination following which a correct treatment plan can be decided for you. Best wishes.
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