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... t a Dr, but I don't see anything in the MRI that would account for the low back and leg symptoms your husband is experiencing. It is possible for cervical spinal canal stenosis to cause some of these types of symptoms but the mild to moderate canal stenosis doesn't sound severe enough to be causing those problems. ... (4 replies)
... small diffuse disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis. No foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... small diffuse disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis. No foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)

... The craniocervical junction and cervical spinal cord have normal signal. Straightening of the cervical spine. Mild disc desiccation throughout the cervical spine present. Normal cervical vertebral body height and alignment. Probable small hemangioma versus focal fat at C5. ... (8 replies)
... C3. No significant disc herniation, neural foraminal narrowing, or spinal canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... left paracentral disc protrusion and very mild bilateral facet arthropathy. There is no definite L5 or S1 nerve root compression. There is no significant neural foramen or spinal canal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... At each vertebral level, specific nerves exit the central canal and go out to innervate a specific area of the body. The "channel" that the nerve takes is referred to as a dermatome. ... (3 replies)
... causing narrowing and possibly pinching of the nerves. Normally this is graded on the same scale as canal stenosis and often the report will mention if there is clear nerve pinching or not, but there is no mention of this in the report. ... (2 replies)
... Sagittal imaging demonstrates no evidence of spinal canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... Its mild in nature which is a good thing. This combination is possibly causing your problems. ... (2 replies)
Mri cervical
Aug 23, 2014
... Moderate left facet joint degenerative arthropathy with mild left foraminal narrowing. ... (3 replies)
... c6 but luckily only moderate canal stenosis. In my case, I've chosen to try to stabilize this through PT. ... (6 replies)
... without spinal canal stenosis. ... (26 replies)
... spinal canal or neuroforaminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... All say no significant spinal canal or neuroforaminal stenois. ... (5 replies)
Neck MRI
Aug 11, 2014
... There is moderate narrowing of the right neural foramen due to unconvertebral and facet joint hypertrophy. The spinal canal and left neural foramen are not significantly narrowed. ... (1 replies)
... There is mild chronic anterior wedging of the T11 vertebral body. There is straightening of the thoracic kyphosis. Alignment is otherwise anatomic. There is a mild multilevel degenerative disc desiccation. ... (2 replies)
... The MRI indicates mild to moderate reduction of space for the nerve roots but the space for the c7 nerve roots is naturally smaller than other levels. ... (2 replies)
... There is a small posterior disc osteophyte complex at this level which partially effaces the ventral subarachnoid space generating borderline central stenosis with the AP dimension of the canal narrowed to 10mm. ... (2 replies)
... c7 you have a similar problem except here the bulge goes nearly straight back into the spinal canal and pushes slightly on the sac holding the spinal cord. This typically doesn't cause symptoms until the spinal cord itself is actually compressed. ... (5 replies)

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