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... Hello, I've just been informed that I have two more discs in my spine that need intervention. I'm still healing from a third cervical surgery and now am looking at the lumbar-sacral area. Since I've already had 3 spine surgeries, you can imagine that I'm not too keen on rushing into this. I've had four levels done in my neck with two anterior approaches. These failed to fuse... (0 replies)
... Anterior spondylotic protrusion at the mid and lower thoracic disc levels. ... (2 replies)
... C5 has broad based spondylotic protrusion that effaces the cord on the right, and causes bilateral stenosis. ... (3 replies)

... osteophyte complex that results in biforaminal stenosis, right greater than left. Centrally, the spondylotic protrusion mildly effaces the ventral cervical cord, primarily on the right. ... (4 replies)
... My MRI also states something about protrusion into the thecal sac? ... (3 replies)
... space height is noted. There is diffuse disc bulging and associated spondylotic ridging. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the reply, I had an MRI 20/9/2013 the report is about 2/3 of an A4 page the first couple of lines say; Lumbar scoliosis convex to the left secondary to advanced L3/4 disc degeneration with Cobb angle of 32°. Mild multilevel degenerative retrolisthesis within the mid lumbar spine in addition. No focal bone lesion demonstrated. The Comment at the end says; ... (7 replies)
Stenosis question!
Apr 10, 2013
... You would need to ask this question of your spine surgeon. Bilobed mixed spondylotic disc protrusion at C6-7 in conjuction w/uncovertebral joint osteoarthritic spurring contributes to severe left and less so rightward neural foraminal narrowing and asymmetric mild severity rightward recess stenosis. Any time you have SEVERE stenosis it is cause for concern. Yours is... (8 replies)
Stenosis question!
Apr 10, 2013
... TY teteri66...you have seen my MRI....any thoughts which might help me (just your oppinion of coarse.... c2-3 and c4-5 show no abnormality... c5-6 show broad shallow spondyolic protusion and uncovetebral joint spurs with mild formaminal narrowing on the right and less so left and mild central canal and recess imoingement. c6-7 shows shallow slightly rightward eccentric... (8 replies)
MRI help!
Apr 6, 2013
... Hello and Thank you in advance! I have been given 2 different oppinions so far?! c2-3 and c4-5 show no abnormality... c5-6 show broad shallow spondyolic protusion and uncovetebral joint spurs with mild formaminal narrowing on the right and less so left and mild central canal and recess imoingement. c6-7 shows shallow slightly rightward eccentric mixed disc protusion with... (8 replies)
... Hello and Thank you in advance! I have been given 2 different oppinions so far?! c2-3 and c4-5 show no abnormality... c5-6 show broad shallow spondyolic protusion and uncovetebral joint spurs with mild formaminal narrowing on the right and less so left and mild central canal and recess imoingement. c6-7 shows shallow slightly rightward eccentric mixed disc protusion with... (3 replies)
... Hello and Thank you in advance! I have been given 2 different oppinions so far?! c2-3 and c4-5 show no abnormality... c5-6 show broad shallow spondyolic protusion and uncovetebral joint spurs with mild formaminal narrowing on the right and less so left and mild central canal and recess imoingement. c6-7 shows shallow slightly rightward eccentric mixed disc protusion with... (6 replies)
... disc material and small spondylotic spurs at the disc space. ... (0 replies)
Neck Issues
Dec 19, 2012
... based posterior protrusion with spondylotic component being evident, effacing the anterior aspect of the thecal sac. Central canal remains patent. Mild bilateral neural foriminal stenosis is evident. ... (1 replies)
... Hi again, I am becoming so discouraged at all the doctors Ive been too. I am used to much better personalized care but am new to the area which is over crowded with people because of jobs but not set up with enough health professionals to handle it. I went over my records and saw that my original admitting complaint was bladder infection and L R adominal pain. After that... (5 replies)
Mri analysis
Jun 15, 2012
... C7 spondylotic changes associated with bilateral neural foromina narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... A sponylolisthesis is the 5th lumbar vertebrae slidiing forward on the sacrum. Many folks have this usually congenital condition and never have pain. Years ago lumbar corsetts were given and some recovered well if they wore it for some time. I think there are 5 grades from minimal to almost slipping off. Fusion of the L/5 and sacrum is probably the most successful of lumbar... (93 replies)
... I think you need to insist that this is explained to you. The doctor works for YOU, not the other way around and he owes it to you to make sure you understand what is going on. If they won't, then I would urge you to find a different doctor who will. Make sure to take all your films with you if you are made to go that route. Good luck. Carol (2 replies)
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... what is Disc bulge with a superimposed spondylotic central disc protrusion? ... (1 replies)


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