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... C4 level demonstrates facet and uncovertebral hypertrophy, with mild biforaminal encroachment but no significant spinal canal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... moderate left facet arthrosis with mild right uncinate spurring. Foramina are patent. ... (3 replies)
Surgical consult
Jul 25, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (10 replies)

Mri analysis
Jun 21, 2012
... erior osteophytes results in mild bilateral foraminal narrowing and possible impingement on the exiting nerve roots bilaterally. No central canal stenosis. Mild facet hypertrophy is noted bilaterally. ... (56 replies)
... left neural foraminal to extraforaminal annular tear associated with disk protrusion. Facet arthrosis, right greater then left. No central canal stenosis. At least moderate left neural foraminal stenosis. Mild right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (11 replies)
Mri
Mar 8, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... osteophyte complex and moderate right and mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild central spinal canal stenosis. There is moderate right and mild left foraminal stenosis. ... (14 replies)
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... It is NOT all in your head! I am experiencing the same kind of pain, though at this stage I've just had my cervical 6/7 replaced. I am still getting tingling in my right hand, so the surgery didn't resolve that. Also, NEW pain between my shoulder blades and hideous headaches. I had my op about 6 weeks ago. My neurosurgeon is arrogant and doesn't give any advice. I'm not... (8 replies)
... A little history: I have DDD which I have known about since severe spinal cord compression in my neck was discovered. I had ACDF on C5-6 & C6-7 in Jan. 2007. Diagnosed with fibromyalgia, atypical migraine and neuropathy in the following year. Fast forward to now: suffering with neck pain, weakness in my arms, and occasional numbness in my fingers. Major pain in my low... (6 replies)
... l4 discs do not protrude. There is no significant facet hypertrophy or foraminal compromise at these levels. ... (0 replies)
... l4 discs do not protrude. There is no significant facet hypertrophy or foraminal compromise at these levels. ... (8 replies)
... Central annular tear. Mild central disc protrusion. Mild facet degenerative changes. No canal stenosis. Neural foramina patent. ... (2 replies)
... what does it mean that there are degenerative changes between anterior arch c1 and the dens as well as mild facet hypertrophy at atlantooccipital articulation bilaterally? ... (4 replies)
... to assess for spinal cord compression or effacement. Mild bilateral T8 and T9 neural foraminal stenosis related to degenerative disc disease in combination with facet hypertrophy. Small focal attenuated areas of right T12 and T11 pedicles with surrounding sclerosis likely represent benign osseous lesion. ... (2 replies)
... there is diffuse disc bulge. There is mild facet hypertrophy. There is flattening of the ventral thecal sac and mild bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
Extreme Pain
Feb 2, 2006
... A Mild 2 mm broad based posterior disc bulge is present. In addition, an asymmetric posterior osteophytic ridge is present as asymmetric uncovertebral joint hypertrophy effaces the left paracentral and foraminal regions of the thecal sac. ... (9 replies)
... AND SIGNIFICANT FACET HYPERTROPHY . ... (5 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (4 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (14 replies)


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