... I would like someone to translate this MRI for me Please. Thanks in advance.
At C2-3, there is no significant spinal canal or neural foraminal
At C3-4, there is a posterior disc osteophyte complex and bilateral
facet and uncovertebral joint hypertrophy resulting in mild... (0 replies)
... visualized posterior fossa, craniocervical junction, and spinal cord are normal in morphology and signal intensity. Previously noted minimal anterolisthesis of C4 on C5 is not apparent in the current examination. Vertebral body heights and anatomic alignment are preserved. The marrow signal is normal. ... (0 replies)
... osteophyte complex causing moderate central canal stenosis and frank indentation of the ventral surface of the cord. Bilateral exit foraminal stenosis, slightly worse to the right. ... (12 replies)
... There is a multilevel loss of t2 hyper intensity within the discs, compatible with disc degeneration. ... (2 replies)
... CLINICAL HISTORY: Frequent neck pain, bilateral upper extremity
radiculopathy and paraesthesias.
TECHNIQUE: MRI of the cervical spine performed 01/28/15.
FINDINGS: There are mild degenerative changes of the cervical spine,
with minimal diffuse central spinal canal narrowing likely the result
of congenitally short pedicles.
Most notably at C5-C6 there is mild broad... (0 replies)
... Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can help me understand my MRI report? I've had chronic neck pain since a parking garage hit the back of my neck/head in 10/01, but in 8/12 I was hospitalized for Viral Meningitis (ironically, 2 ks after my cervical spinal injections, but determined NOT fungal). An MRI was done then, but I never saw that report. Since that time, I've had increased... (2 replies)
... C7, levels where there is also mild to moderate loss of normal intervertebral disc volume. The craniocervical junction is normal in appearance. The cervical spinal cord is normal in contour and signal intensity. ... (7 replies)
... T1, with narrowing of disc spaces, sclerosis of articular margins and facet joints. ... (17 replies)
... Disc osteophyte complex is seen resulting in deformity of ventral thecal sac and narrowing of the the spinal canal which measures 9 mm in maximum sagittal diameter. ... (10 replies)
... Hello On Sept 12 2012 I gotten hurt on the job.I herniated C4 C5 and had to have surgery done that on DEC 7 2012.After the third month I started having more pain. ... (1 replies)
... osteophyte complex. Exiting right C4 nerve root is displaced. Left C4 nerve root exits freely. ... (6 replies)
... MIld Disk osteophyte complex is seen. MIld BUlge is present. There is mild effacement of the thecal sac anteriorly. probabable mild central stenosis is seen. ... (2 replies)
... My main concern is my neck and hands. I also have carpel tunnel syndrome and since I have been diagnosed with disc herniation. My whole life has turned around and has dragged me down into a dark hole. ... (8 replies)
... C4 posterior disc osteophyte complex without central canal stenosis. There is severe left and moderate to severe right bilateral neuroforaminal stenosis. Moderate central canal stenosis is present. ... (2 replies)
... Small central disc osteophyte complex without spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... there appears to be moderate bilateral neural forminal stenosis equivocal with posterior central disc osteophyte complex indenting the anterior thecal sac abutting the cord. ... (1 replies)
... osteophyte complex effacing the ventral thecal sac without cord compression or central canal spinal stenosis. ... (10 replies)
... Due to a neck and shoulder pain I did an MRI. The result summary reads out as following
* Left posterio-lateral disc-osteophyte complex at c5-6 level is indenting the thecal sac, left exiting nerve root and mildly narrowing the left neural foramina
* Right posterio-lateral osteophyte at c4-5 level is indenting the thecal sac. No significant root indentation or foraminal... (2 replies)
... C4 Minimal disc osteophyte complex with mild right foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... with superimposed mild central to left paracentral disc herniation extending along the superior aspect of the C6 vertebral body. This produces posterior displacement of the cord without frank cord compression. ... (12 replies)