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... he thing to do. You wouldn't ride on a flat tire, think of those discs as the tire, it's flat the only way to inflate it is by putting something in for the tire, bone for the tire, brace to hold it till it fuses. ... (6 replies)
... T3 from facet spur formation. There is no cord edema and no bone stress response. Noted straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis may alter spinal biomechanics and can be associated with muscle spasm. ... (27 replies)
... He needs to see a neurosurgeon who specializes in necks. With moderate-severe foraminal stenosis, nothing short of surgery is going to help this. His spinal nerves are getting squeezed tightly by bone that has overgrown the holes (foramen) that the spinal nerves pass through from the spinal cord. He has some disc herniation as well, and all of this can be taken care of with... (1 replies)

... st dying during a long hospital stay due to breathing problems. I've followed all of the neurosurgeons instructions yet this is the result. He has prescribed a bone stimulator for me and I should receive the call for the technician to come out in the next week to get me started. ... (0 replies)
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Jun 26, 2014
... For one thing, there are two different elements of pathology causing them. The foraminal stenosis is caused by bone spurs growing on the uncovertebral joints which as WebDozer points out, are the interfaces between the vertebrae and disks. ... (9 replies)
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... through arthritic degeneration. When bone spurs from multiple leves come together the make an osteophyte complex. ... (6 replies)
... legs, reflex changes and others. From your description, this isn't happening but it's probably something you want to discuss with your spine dr. Also, a bone spur on the left ridge above your nerve root at that level is pressing into the space for the root "moderately severely". ... (3 replies)
... ound the periphery of the vertebrae. The spinal cord runs through a hole in the back of the vertebrae and nerve roots come off both sides of the cord between the bone structures of adjacent vertebrae. ... (3 replies)
... T3 from facet spur formation. There is no cord edema and no bone stress response. Noted straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis may alter spinal biomechanics and can be associated with muscle spasm. ... (3 replies)
... T3 from facet spur formation. There is no cord edema and no bone stress response. Noted straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis may alter spinal biomechanics and can be associated with muscle spasm. ... (0 replies)
... rays and MRIs of my spine, my arm, my hand. I thought it was bone cancer, carpal tunnel, spinal problems...scary! We tried meds, physical therapy,steroid injections. Everything worked for about a minute. ... (0 replies)
... arrow signal relative to disc space, a nonspecific finding that can be seen with obesity, smoking history, recent high altitude exposure, and less commonly with bone marrow disorders. Recommend peripheral blood smear correlation. ... (0 replies)
... Current symptoms are: Severe neck pain, loss in range of motion, weakness numbness and pain extending into the left shoulder down into the fingers. Sharp head pains at the base of the skull where the indention is. More recently it has began to travel into the right arm as well. When I first saw a neurologist he performed a EMG test, by sticking needles into my arms to... (8 replies)
... T1 or 2 posterior lami with foraminotomies bilaterally and fusion with all the fun hardware. He says my ACDF is nearly completely failed and my bone is disintegrating around the hardware. ... (4 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)
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Feb 18, 2014
... Hello have not been on here for awhile,I have been going to lots of doctor's since I had my surgery from C4 C5 disc.I had more problems after the third month.My left arm I couldn't move it,went back to the doctor and told him that I am having pain down my right arm. ... (0 replies)


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