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... there is facet disease that is causing enlargement of the joint, primarily on the left side that is narrowing the foraminal opening. ... (1 replies)
... ential 1mm disc bulge abuts the anterior thecal sac. No evidence of compressive discopathy, central canal stenosis or foraminal impingement. There is bilateral facet joint fluid. ... (2 replies)
... resulting in bone spurs and enlargement of facet joints. ... (4 replies)

... central canal. There is mild right foraminal narrowing. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, and thank you for taking the time to read / respond to this question! i have been having multiple areas of pain which have been increasing in severity for the last few months. Eventually, the pain was so bad that even with Ambien, Klonopin, etc, I do not get more than a couple hours sleep a night. Primary sent me to a rheumatologist who said I have fibromyalgia. All... (1 replies)
... sided exiting nerve root. Mild facet disease. ... (2 replies)
... with mild disc space narrowing at the remainder of the cervical levels. ... (16 replies)
... with mild disc space narrowing at the remainder of the cervical levels. ... (0 replies)
... central canal. There is mild right foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Grade 1 spondylolthesis of L5 in relation to S1, with bilateral spondylolysis at L5. There is mild spondylosis and loss of normal signal intensity in the disk. There is mild dorsal bulging of the annulus. ... (6 replies)
... << mild spinal stenosis and bilateral foraminal narrowing >> It sure would help to know what he meant here. Is "mild" supposed to apply to the foraminal narrowing as well as the spinal stenosis, or is he applying no adjective at all to the foraminal narrowing? (1 replies)
... Hi -there are some things that may have been caused by that simple fall, but there are also some things there that I would think aren't just 2 months old. Lots of these arthritic changes are very common and don't usually cause symptoms for majority of people until we are older. You might have some problems from an old injury, car wreck, playing sports or just plain... (11 replies)
... Mild endplate DJD. Mild facet disease. No prominent focal HNP or disc bulge. No significant canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (11 replies)
... of this moisture. This causes the disc to flatten or lose height, which brings the bones closer together. Connecting these bones is a synovial joint called the facet joint. It, along with the disc, is what allows us to bend and twist. ... (2 replies)
... To save space I won't include the result at every level except to say mild spondylotic changes are present as well as posterior facet disease. ... (1 replies)
... s chronological age. The conus medullaris terminates at L1. The visualized distal cord demonstrates no abnormal cord signal. There is multilevel facet arthropathy in the lower lumbar spine. ... (9 replies)
... The alignment is normal. The anatomic relationship between the dens, the anterior arch of C1, and the foramen magnum is unremarkable. There is mild multilevel disc desiccation. Otherwise, the disc space heights and vertebral body heights are preserved. ... (7 replies)
CT Scan vs. MRI
Oct 15, 2014
... L5.It says that no spinal stenosis was seen and it mentions nothing about facet disease,buckling of the ligamentum flavum or degenerative spurring. ... (1 replies)
... Signs& Symptoms: FINAL REPORT 6/18/2013 5:21 PM SPINE, CERVICAL 4-5 VIEWS/ROUTINE HISTORY: {Reason} 723.1 - Cervicalgia COMPARISON: None (8 replies)
... mild facet arthropathy. Otherwise, unremarkable. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: ankylosing spondylitis, cervical spine pain, degenerative disc disease, diagnostic imaging, foraminal stenosis, mri help, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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