prominent in the right subarticular with slight compression of the cervical spinal cord. Bilateral uncovertebral joint hypertrophy. Bilateralfacet joint hpyertrophy. Mild central stenosis. Severe right ...
to the ground unconscious. I had a cervical spine MRI . The impression Congenital central canal stenosis from c3-c6. Multilevel dengerative changes of the cervical invertebral discs and facets including posterior ...
I have got an FNAC done. It is for Cervical Lymph Node (Bilateral). It reads as follows: Smears ... is negative. Impression: Cytology bilateralcervical Lymph Node: GRANULOMATOUS LYMPHADENITIS Is it something ...
Hello Dr, My HSG report says I have Bilateral distal tubal block and the scan report says Bilateral ... 2010). My husband is not having any problem and for me the Uterus and cervics are normal. I m adviced ...
Hello doctor, I am 26yrs old,female. have left anterior cervical , left preauricular and bilateral tonsilar lymph nodes palpable for 2 years and bilateral inguinal nodes palpable for a year and a half ...
Hi I am a 27 year old female who has had swollen bilateralcervical lymph nodes for many years and have recently discovered a hard lump under my jaw that doesn t feel like the other nodes. I was just ...
of normal cervical lordosis noted. Verterbral bodies are normal in height and signal intesity pattern. Early marginal osteophytes are noted Dessication of c4-c5 intevertebral disc noted. Rest of visulised cervic ...
my wife HSG repoer shows probably bilateral fimbrial blocked
pls advice me what i have to do.
1. You have not mentioned about your siblings (whether you have a child or not), so that further line of treatment can be suggested.
Bilateral apical pleural thickening
Thanks for posting the query,
The causes of bilateral pleural thickening are allergic exposure to asbestos, use of certain medications, infections, injury to the rib region, pulmonary effusions, embolisisms .
I would suggest you to get a thorough clinical and radiological examination done.
Can cervical cancer be cured?
Thanks for writing in.
Yes cervical cancer can be treated and cured in most patients who come in early stages.
Hope this helps
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