What might cause intermittent pain in cervical region?

I saw a 40 year female computer technician complaining of intermittent pain in the cervical region, radiating to right upper extremity to the lateral 2 fingers. The pain aggrevates on continue overhead activities.

Authored By raminder kaur on Monday 22nd April 2013

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sampath kumar
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Posted over 6 years ago

I think it could be median nerve compression on the right branchial plexus of medial cord. This compression may be due to disc prolapse and I think this is most common cause. The occupation also suggest cervical region disc prolapse. It may also be du

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Debkumar Chowdhury
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Clinical Fellow Surgery - West of Scotland
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Posted over 6 years ago

Not really sure by what lateral 2 fingers. Is it with the arm in the supine position? As Sampath has stated that the median nerve could be compressed under the flexor retinaculum. With regards to the occupation, gender and age range, the beginning of C

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