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Tingling feeling on right hand side

HnMHHnM Posts: 1
edited 07/10/2014 - 12:35 PM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Hi ... I've been having a tingling feeling on the right hand side of my body for some time now. Recently I started feeling tingling on the tip of my tongue and lips. I've had a brain CT scan and it was normal. I'm also having behind my right eye socket. I've had a cervical spine MRI and the report is below. An orthopedic I met was mentioning the pain I'm going through is because of Ulnar nerve and physiotherapy should relieve it. I would appreciate any help from the forum with this regard.


Sagittarius T1 and T2 weighted images, Axial T1 and T2 weighted images, MRI myelography series


There is a good alignment with straightening of the cervical lordotic curve

Normal marrow signals obtained from the cervical vertebra bodies and. Their posterior neural arches with a T1 and T2 hyper intensity area seen within the body of D3 representing vertebral hemangioma.

Normal heights and signal intensity pattern of the cervical intervertebral disc substances preserving their normal T2 bright signals.

At C4-C5 level, there is posterior with slight inclination to the left disc bilge seen slightly indenting the anterior and anterolateral aspect of the corresponding cord surface and causing no significant foraminifera compromise.

Right posterolateral disc osteophyte complex bulge seen at C5-6, indenting the opposing ventral subarachnoid space and causing narrowing of the right neural exit foramen.

Intact cranial cervical junction.

Normal MRI appearance and signal intensity of the cervical cord.

The scanned facets showed no gross facet joint disease.

No paraspinal soft tissue mass.


C4-5 posterior disc bulge causing no foraminal impingement and right posterolateral disc / osteophyte complex bulge at C5-6 compromising the right neural exit foramen, with straightening of cervical curve suggesting paraspinal muscle spasm.


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