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... disc bulge with a large central disc protrusion effacing the thecal sac and contacting the ventral spinal cord, contributing to mild central canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Minimal posterior degenerative disc ridging without herniation or protrusion. Bilateral uncovertebtal osteophyte formation ad foraminal narrowing. No central stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... c3 with associated vertebral osteophytic ridging causing mild indentation of the left anterior margin of the thecal sac. ... (26 replies)

... osteophyte ridging is bone spur formation in laymens terms. ... (1 replies)
... My MRI showed degenerative disc disease most pronounced inthe mid to lower segments. ... (1 replies)
... No disc bulge or focal herniation evident. There is no narrowing of the central canal. The right neural foramen is patent. ... (12 replies)
... C3 level, disc desiccation is noted but the AP diameter of the canal measures 1.35 cm or greater. The neural foramen are patent. ... (2 replies)
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (27 replies)
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (3 replies)
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (0 replies)
... C6 level reveals diffuse disc bulge, bony ridging, facet and uncovertebral hypertrophy, with very mild spinal canal stenosis circumferentially. There is severe biforaminal encroachment. ... (1 replies)
... A left central disc osteophyte complex is present. It effaces the ventral thecal sac. No central canal stenosis is present. ... (3 replies)
... ints of hand pain, knee pain, lumbar and cervical pain. Doc ordered x rays. Hands fine, rt knee mild arthritis, lumbar showed minor issues, cervical showed c5 c6 disc space narrowing, hypertrophic ridging. No biggie, right? ... (0 replies)
... ints of hand pain, knee pain, lumbar and cervical pain. Doc ordered x rays. Hands fine, rt knee mild arthritis, lumbar showed minor issues, cervical showed c5 c6 disc space narrowing, hypertrophic ridging. No biggie, right? ... (2 replies)
... left foraminal disc herniation. This disc herniation effaces the ventral fluid column and flattens the left ventral aspect of the spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... Just based on the radiologist's report, I'm a little surprised at the "ASAP" recommendation to a surgeon. Lets look at the worst level... << C5-6 broad based disc protusion and osteophytic ridging and uncinate spurring >> OK, so you have a bulging disk between your C5 and C6 vertebrae. The vertebrae also have bone overgrowth (call it osteophytes or call it bone spurs),... (8 replies)
... broad based disc protusion and osteophytic ridging and uncinate spurring with mass effect on the ventral thecal sac and near obliteration of the anterior CSF space. ... (8 replies)
... foraminal osteophytic ridging and disc bulge resulting in moderate severe foraminal narrowing. Mild foraminal narrowing is noted on the right at this level. The remaining discs are unremarkable. ... (7 replies)
... out evidence of disc herniation, central narrowing, etc. ... (5 replies)
... <<1. Osseous ridging at C5/6 >> The C5 and C6 vertebrae have extra bone growing on them just above and below the C5-6 disk, probably due to long-term wear and tear. I believe this is what most radiologists would call a "disk-osteophyte complex". << with mild to moderate right sided canal stenosis >> The extra bone is pushing backward into the spinal canal,... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, cord compression, fusion, laminoplasty, myelopathy, pain, physical therapy, spinal & foraminal stenosis, stenosis, surgery

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