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... there is no splaying of the spinous processes. ... (1 replies)
... You may be in some pain until your appointment with the spine specialist, but you are most likely to not be in any danger. ... (3 replies)
... have compleatly destroyed my health and my mind and im not sure where to turn or what to do at this point so i thought maybe someone here can maybe relate to any of this. ... (5 replies)

... You have mild degenerative changes and narrowing of the spinal column which can put pressure on the nerves contained within and exiting the spine. ... (3 replies)
... could this be the cause? ... (3 replies)
... C7 you see the term "cord flattening". That means that there are bone spurs formed on your vertebrae that are pushing on your spinal cord enough to "flatten" it. This can lead to a condition called myelopathy. ... (3 replies)
... Hi feel bad. Thanks for the reply. I am posting two different MRIs that I have had done in 2009. To me, they are different. ... (4 replies)
... Your MRI showed that you had nerve impingement and the EMG confirmed that. But what is more important to the spine surgeon is the flattening of the cord and what symptoms that is producing. ... (9 replies)
... I have a very interesting experience to share regarding the correct viewpoint, I think, that an MRI is only a part of the picture or package that determines treatment options. ... (9 replies)
... do you actually have your very own copy of your MRI report that you could just type out what was in the very end in that summary? ... (4 replies)
... Thank you NP! It is in my cervical. C5-6. Would this be what is causing my shoulders to ache and electrical shocks in my fingers? (4 replies)
... root carries sensory impulses to the brain. The ventral and dorsal roots fuse together to form a spinal nerve, and it travels down the spinal canal alongside the cord, until it reaches its exit hole called the foramen at the various spinal levels that goes on to our body parts. ... (4 replies)
... Had new MRI this week and findings are about the same. ... (6 replies)
... it is amazing to me that in almost of these post I see where patients have been shuffled from Doctor to Doctor especially women. The lady with the flattening of the cord to the point spinal fluid flow was impeded could have easily suffered permanent spinal cord damage. ... (18 replies)
Mri cervical
Sep 1, 2014
... Osteoporosis could explain the severity of degeneration along your spine, although nearly everyone has some degeneration by your age. ... (3 replies)
... Does this sound like surgery is the only way to relief? ... (5 replies)
... Hi. I was wondering if someone can explain what my results mean in normal terms. I strained my neck about a year ago and went through a month of PT and got better. ... (1 replies)
Scary MRI Report
May 7, 2014
... Thank you so much for the tip on the a Wisconsin Chiari Center. I've already sent out and email and filled out the required things to get my MRI reviewed. As for my appointment. Well it went okay. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie and would like to know anyone's opinion on my full spinal MRI, specifically MYELOMALACIA. I am familiar with most of the findings, I just wanted other opinions. Considering changing my neurosurgeon, I feel he isn't telling me everything. ... (8 replies)
... He starts out by saying that you have congenitally short pedicles, which are sort of "spacer" bones in your spinal structure. ... (2 replies)




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