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... The reason I ask is because of the pars defects and mild spondylolisthesis. These are often caused by sports or activities were the lumbar spine is often extended or from contact sports. ... (3 replies)
... No central spinal canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... There are endplate degenerative marrow signal changes present at several levels with Schmorl's nodes. The cervical discs are desiccated with variable degrees of mild to moderate loss of height. Cervical spinal cord is of normal caliber and signal. ... (6 replies)

... and mild to moderate left neural foraminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... that are causing stenosis in the central canal, as well as other issues that probably need to be investigated further. ... (1 replies)
MRI Results
Oct 27, 2015
... based herniations are seen measuring 7.7mm in thickness resulting in spinal stenosis with AP central canal diameter of 5mm. Severe bilateral foraminal narrowing is seen with impingement of L4 bilaterally. ... (7 replies)
... You actually have a great deal of stenosis at almost all levels. Stenosis, simply put, means narrowing. ... (6 replies)
... posteriorly, causing mild stenosis of the canal. No foraminal encroachment is seen at any level. ... (6 replies)
... I was in a auto accident last week. After a couple of days of severe back pain had a MRI. Findings show: Superior endplate compression of T-12 vertebral body More pronounced compression of L-1 vertebral body involving loss of at least half of height Retropulsion of portion of vertebral body into canal...mainly midline Some facet hypertrophy of L4-5 posteriorly causing mild... (6 replies)
... No central spinal canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... aminal openings, greater on the right side. The foramina is an opening at each vertebral level that provides an opening for the spinal nerve to exit the central canal and go out to a part of the body that is innervated by that specific nerve. ... (1 replies)
... small posterior disc osteophyte complex with mild spinal canal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... is the spinal fluid. If you see an MRI, the fluid will be light, and the cord dark. These are the normal dimensions, which allow for intrusions into the spinal canal to not affect the cord as long as they don't get very big. ... (14 replies)
... there is no central canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing identified. ... (14 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. and a tear at T11, I also have a herniated disc at C6-c7, I believe., I think Ive had the... (3 replies)
... but this finding does not cause impression on the spinal cord, there is no spinal or foraminal stenosis at this level. ... (3 replies)
... shows a dessicated disc, annular bulging circumferentially with a small L foraminal disc protrustion and mild degenerative changes in both facet joints. ... (1 replies)
... spinal canal generous and neuroforamina are patent. No disc herniation or protrusion. ... (9 replies)
... Hello, I have been going Dr. to Dr. anyone that can help, please say so.I have severe central canal stenosis c5,c6 c7plus some disc herniation,mild effacement of spinal cord. Then lower back stenosis L3,L4 L5 severe,related to congenital spinal canal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... C5 there is a 4 mm disc protrusion which effaces the ventral subarachnoid space and conributes to mild canal stenosis.Moderate right foraminal narrowing is seen secondary to facet an uncovertebral degenerative change. No significant left foraminal narrowing see. ... (2 replies)

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