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... disk bulging, in association with a shallow central disk protrusion are present and slightly narrow the dural sac. There is mild left foraminal narrowing due to uncovertebral spurring. ... (3 replies)
... broad bulging of disc, mild uncovertebral spurring at least left side. ... (2 replies)
... left paracentral disc osteophyte complex. Interval resolution of the deformity of the ventral aspect of the spinal cord at this level. Uncovertebral spurring is present without significant neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)

MRI Cervical
Jan 30, 2013
... Some mild annular bulge is seen and there is left sided uncovertebral spurring which mildly narrows the medial aspect of the left foramen. Some mild degenerative facet arthropathy is seen on the left. ... (3 replies)
... severe central spinal stenosis, bilateral uncovertebral spurring with severe bilateral foraminal narrowing. So I guess it could be restricting blood circulation. ... (2 replies)
... I just had an MRI done on my neck and my lower back. My doctor is referring me to a neurosurgeon and pain management for further followup. He has not read me the results but I was able to get a copy of the report from the MRI office. The appt. with the neurosurgeon is still another week away, but I am really confused about it all - could someone help me understand what my... (2 replies)
... sided uncovertebral spurring at this level. ... (6 replies)
... C4 with moderate loss of disc height and broad posterior spondylosis and uncovertebral joint hypertrophy with osteophyte encroachment upon the bilateral neral foramina. ... (2 replies)
... Very mild retrolisthesis C5 on C6.There is endplate and uncinate process spurs and mild diffuse disc bulging. ... (0 replies)
MRI reading
Nov 19, 2010
... Mild spondylosis. No discrete disc herniation. Uncovertebral spurring in minimally greater on the left and right. Mild narrowing of the foramen as a result. ... (0 replies)
... Hi everyone... Have almost a full pic (so to speak with xray/mri now in - xray results posted further down in the original posting) of what is going on in my cervical spine - lots of numbing in hand and arm and pins and needles and increasing loss of range of motion in neck with tons of pain - still waiting to get in to see neurologist or NS for .... but in the meantime... (2 replies)
... with 3mm of anterolishesis of c4 on c5 secondary to degenerative facet arthrosis. ... (2 replies)
... ualized again worse on right close to foramen,Spinal canal 9.5mm.Foraminal stenosis severe on right and moderate to severe on left again visualized,uncovertebral spurring present. ... (0 replies)
... You got a lot of health issue to consider and that;s why doctors are reluctant for you to go for surgery ..Just take pain medications to relieve your pain..and enjoy life as is. (1 replies)
... c7 ther diffuse disk disk bulge with endplate and uncovertebral joint spurring. . ... (1 replies)
... c7 ther diffuse disk disk bulge with endplate and uncovertebral joint spurring. . ... (1 replies)
Neck Help - MRI
Jan 24, 2008
... Partial disc desiccation with preservation of disc height. No disc hernia, cord deformity, or nerve impingement despite minimal bilateral uncovertebral and facet spurring. ... (1 replies)
How much cortisone
Dec 17, 2007
... I'm new to these injections and thought 16 sounded like a lot as well. I will try to give you a brief synopsis of the MRI findings as I'm sure you've all seen it and heard it all before and I don't want to bore you. Cervical findings: C5-6 there is mild reversal of the cervical lordosis and mild kyphosis. There is mild disc space narrowing at C3-4 and C4-5 and mild to... (7 replies)
... and there is mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing without central canal spinal stenosis. This is due to mild bilateral uncovertebral spurring. ... (1 replies)
... osteophyte complex, with mild deformity of the ventral cord. The canal is mildly stenotic. There is left greater than right foramina! stenosis due to uncovertebral spurring, best seen on axial image 15, impinging the left C6 nerve root and encroaching on the exiting right C6 nerve root. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, ddd, degenerative disc disease, myelomalacia

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