... I mentioned the Moderate left foraminal stenosis and he said where do you see that and followed up with that is nothing to worry about since it was not severe or moderate to severe. ... (1 replies)
... This is not the case with foraminal stenosis, which is judged to be severe at these same levels, on the LEFT side. ... (1 replies)
... entrance zone stenosis and C7 root compression, along with mild central stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... left paracentral extending up to 3 mm posteriorly with minor cord indentation on left. Central Canal Stenosis is appreciated, AP diameter of the thecal sac in the midline is 6.5 mm. Left greater than right. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks a lot!!!!!!!
QUOTE=teteri66;5452975]Welcome to the board. Please know that members are not doctors nor do we have professional medical training. We are just fellow back and neck pain sufferers who share experience and knowledge.
I don't know what type of doctor ordered your MRI but I would suggest you see a spine specialist for an accurate diagnosis and plan for... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Please know that members are not doctors nor do we have professional medical training. We are just fellow back and neck pain sufferers who share experience and knowledge.
I don't know what type of doctor ordered your MRI but I would suggest you see a spine specialist for an accurate diagnosis and plan for treatment. This could be either an... (2 replies)
... Please I need a clear explanation for my MRI findings.
Using multiple Sagittarius and axial T1 and T2 sequences, the exam was performed on a 3tesla multi-channel MRI.
1. The cervico-cranial junction is unremarkable.
2. There is reversal of the usual cervical lordosis. There are advanced changes of cervical spondylosis. Disc-osteophyte... (2 replies)
... Need help understanding these results and if it is the cause of my right arm/shoulder pain/weakness please.
Examination: MR cervical spine without contrast
Indication: Neck pain, right upper extremity radiculopathy, fall on
Findings: Multiplanar, multisequence, noncontrast cervical spine MR. (4 replies)
... or cord flattening. Mild to moderate bilateral foramlnal narrowing due to uncovertebral osteophytes. This contacts but does not displace nor compress the exiting C5 nerve root. ... (6 replies)
... The radiologist says you have only mild-to-moderate left C5-6 foraminal stenosis, but it's clearly worse than that, as you are developing symptoms of C6 radiculopathy.
I didn't meant to imply that you were over 60, only that there are a LOT of people walking around with undiagnosed spinal problems. I had a C3-4 ACDF at age 44 to fix a badly herniated disk, followed by a... (3 replies)
... mild stenosis 9.9mm. minimal bilateral foraminal narrowing due to uncinate process hypertrophy.... ... (4 replies)
... severe foraminal stenosis, nothing short of surgery is going to help this. ... (1 replies)
... minor posterior annular bulge and uncovertebral spurring with bilateral moderate foraminal stenosis and suspicion of indentation of the exiting c6 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... hy is most prominent on the left., I have loss of T2 signal intensity and posterior disc bulging greater on the left. these findings are resulting in left neural foraminal encrouchment and mild narrowing of the central spinal canal to 9mm. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the feedback. Since my post I have just finished the 3 day Prednisilone oral course which has helped alleviate some of the pain.
However, now for the first time I am getting tingling sensations in my left thumb and index finger which I never had before.
Does this mean more of the disk herniation problems are starting to "surface" in the different C levels?
... (6 replies)
... C5-6 the worst because you have a herniated disk there. It's lopsided to the right, though, so one might expect your right-side symptoms to be worse.
Your vertebrae are laying on extra bone due to long-term stress (disk/osteophyte complexes) at multiple levels. It seems a little odd that your cord is slightly flattened by only "mild" canal stenosis. Could be that you start... (6 replies)
... That's not always the case, though. Sometimes, the main culprit in foraminal narrowing is hypertrophy of the facet joint, in which case the narrowing agent is coming from behind the foramina. ... (6 replies)
... theres mild bilateral unconvertabral joints,and bilateral foraminal narrowing,cord unremarkable. ... (6 replies)
... I was in a similar position as you in 2003. I saw a total of 3 neuro surgeons and 2 of them said I should NOT have surgery. I decided to go with that and had a very wonderful last almost 9 years until my fall in July. So I would say NO however I am not a doctor.
Pam (4 replies)
... bral arthrosis which results in moderate spinal stenosis. There is a mass effect on the anterior aspect of the cervicalcord at this level. No significant neural foraminal narrowng is demonstrated. ... (4 replies)