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MRI Help
Aug 28, 2015
... or Schmorl node formation. Loss of normal cervical lordosis is seen on sagittal scout counter imaging. Thoracic alignment is normal. Bone marrow signal is of normal intensity. Cord signal is of normal intensity without cord edema or myelomalacia. ... (1 replies)
... normal. The conus is normal in signal and terminates at the L1 level. ... (0 replies)
Thoracic Issues
Jun 11, 2015
... Mild posterior disc bulging, resulting in mild spinal canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)

... there is persistent broad disc bulge eccentric to the left with left foraminal annular fissure disc protrusion which produces moderate left neural foramen stenosis without exiting L4 nerve root compression. Mild right neural foramen stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... Minor degenerative marrow change otherwise normal signal from bone marrow minor loss of disc height levels minor disc desiccation slight loss of lordisis minor kyohosis and scoliosis spinal cord is normal signal intensity cerebellar tonsils are normal in location mild paransal sinus mucosal thickening mild residual lymphoid tissue within normal age for 21 minor facet... (2 replies)
... n't a spine specialist, then you need a referral to one, ASAP. My guess is that you should have a myelogram and ct scan what with the incontinence. That can be a signal that there are problems in the lower sacrum and could be early sign of Cauda Equina Syndrome. You can type in the phrase and get plenty of information. ... (4 replies)
... the remaining lumbar intervertebral disc show preserved height and signal with no focal asymetric protrusion. there may be some early degenerative overgrowth of the lower lumbar facet joints. ... (4 replies)
... there is a broad posterior disc herniation indenting the thecal sac superimposed on spondylosis causing bilaterial neural foraminal stenosis. Intervertebral disc space height and signal loss is noted. ... (4 replies)
... normal signal characteristics. ... (3 replies)
... Im by no means a doctor but it looks like you have mild disc degeneration, as well as a bulging disc. What kind of doc are you seeing? ... (4 replies)
... S1 disc space where there is loss of disc signal, loss of disc height and bulging. ... (0 replies)
Mri results
Sep 26, 2007
... S1 disc space where there is loss of disc signal, loss of disc height and bulging. ... (2 replies)
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... Lumbar MRI images were obtained in axial and ssagittal projections. There is some degenerative disc signal loss and some associated posterior disc bulging primarily involving mid and lower lumbar disc levels. ... (3 replies)
... C4 some central disc protrusion. ... (5 replies)
... L5 with preserved disc heights. ... (5 replies)
... urgens Orthopedics a week from tomorrow. I'm just confused by most of the terminology in the radiologist's report. Honestly, the only thing I can understand is disc bulge. If posts like this aren't allowed, I'm so sorry! I just need help with the terminology. This is long, so bear with me... ... (12 replies)
... also, and there is anterior protrusion of disc related tissues at these 3 levels. The line and craniocervical junction is intact. ... (0 replies)
MRI Results
Jun 18, 2014
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (6 replies)
... weighted marrow signal. The signal remains higher than the surrounding paraspinal muscles compatible with red marrow conversion. ... (4 replies)


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