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I have a pain in back side of my head,  mostly during the daytime. 
My MRI Reports-
Central disc bulge is seen at C4-5 level,  indenting anterior thecal sac.
Right paracentral disc bulge is seen at C5-6 level,  intending anterior thecal sac,  effacing right lateral recess and impinging on descending nerve roots on right side. 


  • MetalneckMetalneck The Island of Misfit toysPosts: 1,778
    edited 03/25/2017 - 11:48 AM
    And your orthopedic or neurological surgeon said .............?


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  • i think the cervical disc displacement or disc bulging is quite severe condition...please do take proper care of these condition...MRI exams are really helpful in finding a diagnosis in the soft tissues of the body..!!!
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