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... Minimal anterolisthesis of C3 over C4 and moderate to severe left facet disease, with resulting moderate to severe left foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... Moderate Disc Space Narrowing With Moderate Spur Disc Complex Causing Moderate Central Stenosis And Cord Compression. ... (4 replies)
... level is severe bilaterally,and moderate on right side on C6,and progressing. has anyone here had this type or similar surgury? ... (2 replies)

Foraminal stenosis
Aug 25, 2013
... theres mild bilateral unconvertabral joints,and bilateral foraminal narrowing,cord unremarkable. ... (6 replies)
... mm bulge flattens the cervical cord causing moderate central stenosis. Unicinate joint spurring causes moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... Minimal posterior degenerative disc ridging without herniation or protrusion. Bilateral uncovertebtal osteophyte formation ad foraminal narrowing. No central stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... c6 left eccentric disc ridge complex with slight anterior cord flattening and moderate canal and left worst than right foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... there is a central herniated disk impressing upon the ventral cord and moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... I had problems with neck and shoulder pain (mild) and tingling in hands and feet about 6 years ago that largely subsided with PT over a couple of months. I've had the tingling off and on but Drs attributed that to anxiety. 3 weeks ago, I started having severe left shoulder pain (9/10) and neck pain (5/10) which developed weakness in my right bicep (4/5) and hand (grip 50%... (11 replies)
... pillows to moderate pain. ... (6 replies)
... A left central disc osteophyte complex is present. It effaces the ventral thecal sac. No central canal stenosis is present. Superimposed unconvertabral spurring, facet arthropathy and the disc osteophyte complex mild to moderate narrow the left foramen. ... (3 replies)
... based bridging osteophyte, and hypertrophic change to the ligamentum flavum with severe spinal stenosis and compromise of the cervical cord. The sagittal dimension of the canal is reduced to less than 5mm. ... (4 replies)
... s of the spinal cord diameter at this level and suggesting myelomalacia. No hemorrhage identified. There is also moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (24 replies)
... s of the spinal cord diameter at this level and suggesting myelomalacia. No hemorrhage identified. There is also moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... s of the spinal cord diameter at this level and suggesting myelomalacia. No hemorrhage identified. There is also moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (13 replies)
... C6 causing severe spinal stenosis and cord flattening with myelomalacia and moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (24 replies)
... There is mild foraminal narrowing seen bilaterally. ... (20 replies)
... level, there is minimal disc bulge and osteophytic ridge, which slightly flattens the ventral thecal sac. There is facet hypertrophy contributing to mild to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis left greater than right. ... (17 replies)
... Marginal Osteophyte disc complex. No evidence of central canal stenosis. Mild to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. Facet arthrosis. ... (7 replies)
... lateral recess. No significant foraminal encroachment is seen. ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: ankylosing spondylitis, c myelomalacia, cervical spine pain, cervical stenosis, cord compression, degenerative disc disease, diagnostic imaging, flattened cord, foraminal stenosis, myelomalacia, neck cracking, neck problems, paracentral disc protrusion, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, thoracic, thoracic cord compression

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