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Neck MRI
Aug 11, 2014
... There is no discernible evidence of fracture, compression deformity, or dislocation. The bone marrow signal, disc space heights, delineated soft tissues, spinal alignment, cervicomedullary junction, and cord course, caliber, and signal are normal. ... (1 replies)
... So here is the bottom line with your neck and lumbar spine. You have 2 areas where the spinal nerves are being compressed but both are "ranked" as being "mild". ... (9 replies)
... Previously seen lesion within the dorsal aspect of the spinal cord on the right of the C3 level appears slightly larger on the current examination, now measuring approximately 4mm in maximal diameter. ... (9 replies)

... Cervical spinal cord appears normal. ... (3 replies)
... C7 without significant cord compression or Displacement. So I've lived with pretty much constant headaches sice 2009. ... (2 replies)
... There is a mild straightening to the spine on the lateral view. ... (3 replies)
... My pain specialist said that one of the areas of pain that is causing me the most pain comes from C4 and the last surgeon I saw said that C4 was just as big a problem as my other discs. He said they would have to be done if I was going to have a fusion. ... (20 replies)
... but no definate cord compression demonstrated. ... (15 replies)
... Mild Congenital Narrowing of the Spinal Canal. ... (1 replies)
... with nerve root compression and mild cord deformity. ... (40 replies)
... At least the lower part of your cervical spinal is "abnormally" narrow. This is hereditary, and not terribly abnormal, at that. ... (2 replies)
... congenitally narrow mid and lower cervical spinal canal. ... (2 replies)
... MM.THERE IS SECONDARY SEVERE STENOSIS OF THE CENTRAL CANAL AND MODERATE TO SEVERE STENOSIS OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINAL.THERE IS ALSO CONTOUR DEFORMITY OF THE SPINAL CORD WITH SUBTLE SIGNAL CHANGES.CLINICAL CORRELATION IS RECOMMENDED TO RULE OUT MYELOMALACIA ESPECIALLY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF CORD. ... (6 replies)
... MIld Disk osteophyte complex is seen. MIld BUlge is present. There is mild effacement of the thecal sac anteriorly. probabable mild central stenosis is seen. The midline AP diameter of the thecal sac is approximately 1cm. probable moderate neural foraminal narrowing is seen on the right. ... (2 replies)
... is moderate at all levels. Disc height loss is mild above T1. ... (7 replies)
... There is mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 and C5 on C6, mildly progressed when compared to previous, on the basis of degenerative changes. There is reversal of the normal lordosis in the upper cervical spine. ... (4 replies)
... There is mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 and C5 on C6, mildly progressed when compared to previous, on the basis of degenerative changes. There is reversal of the normal lordosis in the upper cervical spine. ... (20 replies)
... C3 there is a mild disc bulge and a mild broad based central disc protrusion, which partially effaces the cerebrospinal anterior to the cord. No cord deformity is seen. The neural foramen are patent. ... (4 replies)
MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... Straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. No evidence of compression deformity or listhesis. Brainstem and cervical cord demonstrate normal morphology and signal. However, there is mild indentation of the cord in the mid cervical spine from degenerative disc disease. ... (35 replies)
... bone spurs hitting your spinal cord and the other is the compression of the spinal nerves in your neck. It is the compression of the spinal nerves that causes all the pain...compression of your cord may not hurt at all but can cause other problems such as muscle dysfunction and numbness. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical stenosis, myelomalacia, neural foraminal stenosis, spinal cord problem

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