Just got MRI results back due to my neck, upper back & right shoulder & arm pain. In the Findings it reads: "There is mild reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. Alignment is otherwise normal. There are endplate degenerative changes at the C4-5 level. Bone marrow signal is otherwise normal. There is a hemangioma in the C4 vertebral body. Visualized structures in the posterior fossa are grossly unremarkable. The cervical cord demonstrates normal signal and size. Evaluation of the paraspinal and extra-spinal soft tissues demonstrates no abnormality."
What is a hemangioma? First thing I think of is cancer!
Thanks in advance of any and all feed back.