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... I've seen a lot of people post MRI results that rate their cervical spinal stenosis as severe or mild. I've searched the internet to try to find a chart that help distinguish severe and mild but cannot. ... (1 replies)
... I just had a 4 level cervical fusion with bone implants and Titanium plate a month ago. I really didn't have too many symptoms of numbness in the legs, hands or fingers but was having neck pain (felt like tension headache) and numbness in my left shoulder and was feeling weak or sick. I figured it was a bum shoulder from an old football injury. I was kind of right, it was an... (24 replies)
... Thank you Allan... I agree with you regarding the choice of doc. Mine is spinal stenosis, 7mm of space around the c-spine. I am going for my pre-op in the morning so I am hoping to find out more about 'exactly' what is the plan for me. Sounds like you have been through ALOT! Wow! I hope you have had success and are doing well/better. Thank you again :-) Annie (3 replies)

... The neurosurgeon that I'm seeing is supposed to be one of the best in the area and involved in some of the research and development of spinal procedures and even appliances. So I feel pretty good about his capabilities but still wonder if I should get a 2nd opinion. ... (24 replies)
... where your spinal cord is compressed to 7mm. Anything under 10mm is abnormal and will eventually need surgery to remove the disk and restore the cord to normal size. ... (24 replies)
... herniation severely narrows the central canal to 7mm with flattening of the cervical cord. Uncovertebral spur and disc bulge cause moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (24 replies)
... stenosis with 7mm herniation. ... (23 replies)
... There is a small disc bulge. Thecal sac measures 8mm representing mild to moderate spinal stenosis. No signifigant foraminal encrachment. ... (27 replies)
... s mean. I also have problems in my lumbar spine. L5 pars defect. Spondylolithesis with slippage of 7mm. l also have advanced degenerative disc disease and severe spinal stenosis. ... (9 replies)
Help me... please!
Oct 25, 2012
... the time. I notice on the top of the MRI it said I have spinal stenosis and low lying tonsils too? ... (5 replies)
... So in the end you would feel confident that I have spinal stenosis and some cord compression? ... (13 replies)
... eophytic spurring is seen. There is a 5mm AP cranially and caudily dissecting 11mm left paracentral disc extrusion that contacts and modertly indents the ventral spinal cord. There is moderate left foraminal stenosis with expected contact of the left C6 nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... The spinal cord is an entirely different animal. ... (10 replies)
... Is the stenosis serious enough for surgery? ... (13 replies)
Just found out
Nov 26, 2003
... COMPLEX AND SPINAL STENOSIS WITH 7MM CORD COMPRESSION. ... (21 replies)
... C6 A LARGE DIFFUSE POSTERIOR DISC OSTEOPHYTE COMPLEX RESULTING IN NARROWING OF THE SPINAL CANAL WHICH MEASURES 7MM IN AP DIMENISION AND MILD TO MODERATE CORD COMPRESSION. ... (3 replies)
... steophyte complex with a central disk protrusion. The disk protrusion contacts and moderately indents the ventral aspect of the cord, narrowing the thecal ac to 7mm in AP dimension. ... (19 replies)
... disk is bulging backward into the spinal canal. ... (1 replies)
... I was also sent for a two in one spinal MRI of the Cervical and Lumbar spines, which actually turned out I think to be the entire spine if I'm reading the results properly. ... (3 replies)
... level, where the problem obviously is, is where the C7 spinal nerve leaves the cord and heads into the shoulder, arm and hand. So far so good. However, you report symptoms in the triceps, the thumb and first finger. ... (2 replies)


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