I have had the results of my mri of head, spine and neck. It was a very brief letter from the neuro and not a report. It said:
The recent MRI of this patient’s brain was entirely normal. There was normal apperance of the spinal cord and caudo equina with evidence of degenerative change throughout the cervical region. The patient will be reviewed in clinic.
Anybody know the significance of ‘degenerative change throughout the cervical region’.
I have problems with saliva/food choking (aspiration) and wondered if that was connected.
Is this indicative of ms or anything else, It didnt say lesions which as far I know you have to have evidence of to have ms (although i realise some are diagnosed with no visable lesions).
Thank you for reading.