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... My situation really confused me as they told me that I didn't have any nerves impinged, yet my mri said it was completely flattening the thecal sac. I have many leg problems, pains, needles, numbness even into the groin area and my feet. ... (14 replies)
... My mri had said complete flattening of the thecal sac. You might check out dermatone charts and see how the different nerves effect different parts of the bodys, its strange, but make you understand stuff. ... (14 replies)
... MRI states severe degenerative disc disease, bulging, spurs, chronic endplate changes, completely flattening thecal sac. ... (2 replies)

... based disc disease flattening thecal sac. Narrows right neuroforamen touching on the exiting nerve root. ... (10 replies)
... based disc bulge with a right paracentral and right and disc protrusion present at this level which results in mild flattening the anterior thecal sac without appreciable central canal stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... ring in the Luschka joint on the right resulting in atleast moderate right sided foraminal stenosis. There is some compression of the right lateral aspect of the thecal sac by the osteophyte as well. I cannot exclude some compression or irratation of the right C4 nerve root and clinical correlation is recommended. ... (1 replies)
... mm bulge slightly flattens the thecal sac. No central or foraminal stenosis is seen. ... (4 replies)
... is pressing into the thecal sac. Why is this a problem? ... (4 replies)
... ocurvature without listhesis, with moderate thoracic spondylosis that is worse in the mid to lower thoracic spine, detailed above. There are multiple levels with flattening of the anterior thecal sac with neuroforaminal stenosis of the lower thoracic spine. ... (2 replies)
... L5 there is mild flattening of the thecal sac without spinal canal stenosis with mild left subarticular recess narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... If you will can you please tell me what this means from an MRI results: At L3-4 there is a broad-based bulging annulus. There is flattening of the ventral thecal sac with mild foraminal encroachment bilaterally (3 replies)
... C5 bulging of the disc with mild dural sac effacement. ... (5 replies)
... C6 Broad based central disc osteophyte complex. Flattening of the ventral thecal sac. No spinal stenosis or cord compression. Mild bilateral apophyseal joint foraminal narrowing. ... (9 replies)
Cold feet?
Dec 21, 2014
... Hi all, I've posted over on the spinal disorders message board, but thought I'd post here. (different question) I have been dealing with pretty severe back and leg issues for 2 years now. It really became unbearable in October this year. I have done a two month round of PT, and had 3 injections. The last injection was done in October, and I experienced absolutely no pain... (5 replies)
... there is mild diffuse bulging of the disc annulus there is straightening of the posterior margin of the disc. There is flattening of the anterior margin of the thecal sac. CSF is maintained within the thecal sac. There is mild narrowing of the nrural foramina. ... (10 replies)
... Broad based ddisc bulge. Mild flattening of the ventral thecal sac contour. Mild foraminal narrowing on the left by osteophyte. ... (2 replies)
Advice on MRI?
May 15, 2014
... based posterior ridge osteophyte and disc complex flattening the ventral thecal sac. There is mild symmetric lateral recess narrowing. There is no neuroforaminal compromise. No lateralizing disc material. ... (3 replies)
Spine MRI results?
Jun 24, 2013
... hows homogeneous enhancement following contrast. The lesion measures 15 x 8 mm. Tiny extensions of the lesion extending toward the pedicles, and there is slight flattening of the posterior cortex with thin enhancement of the overlying epidural space. No lesion was seen on prior CT. ... (0 replies)
... ventral thecal sac. ... (7 replies)
... ting in displacement of the L3 nerve root in the lateral aspect of the neural foramen. Minimal effacement of the lateral recesses as the L4 nerve roots exit the thecal sac. Minimal left subarticular thecal sac flattening. ... (0 replies)

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