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... You can look online for a "dermatome map" which will show you the path of the affected spinal nerves. You will see that C5 runs across the collar bone and down the inside of the arm, C6 innervates the thumb, C7 innervates the first two fingers and C8 innervates the fourth finger and little finger. ... (1 replies)
... First let's define a few terms as I don't know your level of knowledge as it relates to the spine! " Disc osteophyte complex" develops when a series of bone spurs develop on multiple vertebrae, compressing the intervertebral discs and exerting pressure on the nerve roots or even the spinal cord. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I have an appointment with a neurosurgeon on Tuesday but am trying to educate myself before the appointment. Reading that I have a disc extrusion is scary. Thoughts on these results? Also, I'm having tingling in my arms and hands which is why it was ordered, but I'm also having pins & needles in my legs, can your cervical spine affect your legs? Thank you. Alignment:... (1 replies)

C spine mri
Sep 7, 2017
... segment of the cervical spine. In addition the disc between the C5 and C6 vertebrae is protruding out from the disc space and is pushing into the spinal cord and coming in contact with the C6 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
Help with Neck MRI
Aug 26, 2017
... can anyone explain what this means VA taking sweet time giving me results FINDINGS: C2-C3 : Unremarkable C3-C4: Perhaps minimal retrolisthesis of C3 on C4. Mild disc posterior osteophyte complex. Otherwise, this level is unremarkable. C4-C5: Retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 with mild disc posterior osteophyte complex. Central canal is borderline normal. Otherwise, this level... (2 replies)
... It's just a visious cycle, because the herniated discs or bone spurs are irritating the nerves, and then the muscles create knots, and so on. ... (11 replies)
... I had my surgery Jan 2007, and my last MRI was about a year ago (after the surgery) when I went to NYC and my neck hurt so much afterwards. I am sure the taxi rides and luggage pulling did not help. After the C5-7, I have had to baby my neck a lot. Its better than before, but if I sit up long, like at a party....my neck, traps and upper back always get tight as a drum and I... (11 replies)
... Anybody know the symptoms of stenosis and bone spurs at C4-5? I had a fusion at C5-7 in Jan of 2007. The level above was a problem, but not enought to fuse. Now my neck is hurting alot again. oyyy. (11 replies)
... C5 bone spurs causing central canal stenosis. Annular tear. ... (4 replies)
... keeping with myelomalacia. There is no other focal disc protrusion shown. there is no evidence of central spinal stenosis or exit foraminal stenosis. no sinister bone marrow signal shown. no abnormality shown at cranial cervical junction. ... (1 replies)
... there is more degeneration going on...a disc bulge along with formation of little bone spurs along with arthritic changes and enlargement of the facet joints result in greater foraminal stenosis... ... (5 replies)
... There is no evidence for compression deformity or subluxation. There are no areas of bone marrow edema. Craniocervical junction is unremarkable. The paraspinal musculature is unremarkable. No areas of abnormal cord signal identified. ... (5 replies)
... I'm having a ACDF on the 21st and it's nice to see that you just had surgery and are doing well. Thanks for the ice chip tip. I'm surprised the took bone from your hip without telling you. I'll be sure to ask my doctor. Good luck on your recovery! ... (3 replies)
... In recovery, Dr. Kim said, "wow it was bad in there, lots of arthritis and bone spurs to remove to decompress the nerve". I wouldn't say he's the warmest guy, lol, but based on how I'm feeling, he's good by me. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Be aware that it takes about a year for the new bone to become set and firm, even though you will show bone growth much sooner. The first twelve weeks you should always be aware of your neck and behave cautiously. ... (1 replies)
... I have a question about the security of the cadaver bone and hardware installed. Is it possible to knock it out of balance or out of place "accidentally"? ... (1 replies)
... I have recently had a MRI see below and Focal myelomalacia showed up. Looking at the definition of Myelomalacia I am worried. Should I be?? ANY INSIGHT IS REALLY APPRECIATED.:angel: History: Left arm numbness. Prior cervical spine surgery. Technique: MR imaging of the cervical spine was obtained on a 1.5 Tesla magnet. Sagittal T1-weighted, T2-weighted, and inversion... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Are you continuing to have neck pain? You may want to explore further testing as the x-ray will only show issues with bone. Since the endplate is one part of a spinal segment that includes the vertebra and the intervertebral disc, and since it is damaged, it is possible that there is also damage to the disc. The endplate is the portion of the... (1 replies)
Mri help??
Aug 12, 2015
... C5, bone marrow signal intensity ir normal throughout. Atlantoaxial junction unremarkable. Cervical spinal cord demonstrates normal signal and thickness throughout. ... (1 replies)
... some numbness on the pinky side of my left palm. Chiro guy said I had bone spurs and arthritis. Me being me I just moved on thinking as long as the pain was moderate it would stay that way. ... (1 replies)


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