... ou may have with neck problems, or what level of knowledge you have regarding the neck, I will begin with a bit of basic information...terms that are used in the MRI report, just in case you are not familiar with them. ... (3 replies)
... Mild bilateral uncovertebral joint spurring as well as moderate left and mild right facet hypertrophy results in mild to moderate left and mild right neural foraminal stenosis without spinal canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... I would suggest you read up on myelomalacia before your appointment so you will understand what the surgeon is talking about, or so you can ask questions. You might give some thought to what you want to know ahead of time, and write down your thoughts before you go in. Doctors are so short on time these days that they don't have time to go into anything in detail...so it... (3 replies)
... thank you very much for your time and this was explaied very well , thanks again and i do have appointment with Neurosurgeon in columbus ohio friday 4/22/16 hope he can help me without surgery ! thanks again. (3 replies)
... avoid any activity or position that results in the pain. ... (4 replies)
... Finally after having gone to chiropractor, acupuncture, pain meds a doctor had a mri completed. ... (1 replies)
... an cause pain anywhere below the level of the narrowing. If this compression is severe and not relieved, it can damage the cord itself which can have disastrous results including paralysis and development of myelomalacia, which is a softening of the cord. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for the reply Teteri66! Let me answer a few of your questions:
I had an injury (fracture) to two of the cervical vertebrae when a box, thrown off the roof-top of a 5-story building, hit me on the head. Thankfully, it hit at a slant, so the damage was relatively small. This was 33 years ago. Since then, I have suffered the most excruciating pain in the neck, head,... (6 replies)
... I was seeing a pain magement doctor for a previous nerve issue, told him that I was having severe back pain, and he ordered the MRI. His PA, informed me of the results yesterday. At which point before I saw the results she had asked what my expectations were, regarding my back. ... (7 replies)
... Can somebody help me understand these MRI results please? ... (0 replies)
... MRI Results on Cervical Spine:
There is disc space narrowing and particularly at the C5-6 level with associated spurring at the end plate margins.
C5-C6: there is a diffuse and somewhat bilobed disc-osteophyte complex causing anterior extradural defect on the thecal sac with slight mass effect on the cord. there is moderate right and severe left for forminal stenosis.
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... Ok im looking for someone to help me further understand my mri results... I am 26 years old and this is my 2nd mri following a C5 compression fracture. The findings are as follows... ... (1 replies)
... e has actually operated on several family members. I'm hoping my issue doesn't require surgery but my primary doctor seems to think that is the only option since MRI results are moderate to severe but who knows at this point. Again thank you. ... (13 replies)
... I have had quite a bit of pain for several years such as headaches, neck and shoulder pain and the list goes on. Can you help with my MRI results? ... (13 replies)
... First off, welcome to the boards. Your MRI results is very complex, as there is disease at multiple levels. A little terminology help will help you understand better what is happening. ... (4 replies)
... I'm only 30 but just got my MRI results and it looks bad...any advice? ... (1 replies)
... altering everything I do. I've had injections for the cervical portion of my back that don't last very long and PT 4 times. I'm looking for other options. My MRI results are as follows, if someone could help me out. I need to decide on which kind of doctor to see next. ... (2 replies)
... Just curious if anyone else has this going on with them? My MRI results shows
Broad-based disk ridging with facet hypertrophy causing mild central canals stenosis. Thanks for any help.
Peggy (1 replies)
... Chuck you seem extremely knowledgeable, perhaps you can help me with my MRI results, C5-C6 left paracentral disc protrusion with annular tear is seen again and has progressed in the interval, now causing effacement of the thecal sac and mass effect upon the ventral aspect of the left hemi cord. I had a fall in July of 2008 and that is when my back issues began, I have other... (6 replies)
Found this site and read through people's very similar conditions. Really Informative but I have a few specific questions of my own so new thread. I posted under. General Health by accident, this belongs here.
MRI Results Axial imaging done between C3-T2.
C4-5: Broad-based disc osteophyte bar compressing the theca and causing moderate severe bilateral C5 exit... (6 replies)