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... what does biforaminal stenosis mean (1 replies)
... Narrowing of the nerve outlets on "Both" sides of a vertabrea. Stenosis is narrowing, The foramin is where the nerves from the spine pass through the vertabrea, Bi means both sides. The surgical procedure to correct is called A Foraminotomy. They remove bone to enlarge the outlet to allow more room for the nerves to pass without compression. If they have to enlarge both... (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. ... (13 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. ... (10 replies)




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