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Cervical spine
For the past few months, I've been having dizziness and mild internal tremors. Yesterday I took a CT brain and cervical spine. CT brain is normal. However there are few findings in the CT spine. I have attached both the reports. Is it curable or does it need any kind of surgery. Does the problem in the spine lead to dizziness and mild internal tremors? Awaiting your reply. Thanks
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Get mri cervical spine to check the disc bulges and nerve compressions Straightening is due ti muscle spasm. Take muscle relaxant It rarely causes dizzines, check with ENT specialist to rule out vertigo Doesn't require surgery. Get mri cervical spine to advice you better
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Ct scan is not helpful for spine problem. Mri will give better idea
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