After being passed on by doctor after doctor because I'm only 42 and I "shouldn't have this much pain and suffering" I am finally starting to get sme results from a doctor who has seen me many years ago and can track my degenerative nature.
I am aware of my Spondylolesthesis as well as various issues shown in my cervical and lumbar imaging but I have on nagging question
that I can't seem to get an answer for.
I have included two images to show the area in question. I am curious as to what, if anything, this white spike represents.
It shows on multiple images and does not appear to be an MRI "artifact or glitch"
Any suggestions that I can bring up to my physician would be great.
This area also correlates with my extreme pain and when I 'throw my neck out' and can't move,, breathe well, or function so I wonder if it is
causing more issues than my Kyphosis and spondylosis in my neck.No one on the Spine-Health patient forums is medically qualified or permitted to provide any advice or recommendations on any diagnostic test.
Liz, Spine-health Moderator
"but you look just fine..."