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Mri findings
May 4, 2015
... Normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral body heights are normal. Marrow signal is normal, including facets. Normal cord signal. Visible posterior fossa contents are unremarkable. Cervical soft tissues are grossly normal. ... (6 replies)
... If revision surgery is indeed indicated it would often be done posteriorly. The main problem there is that these surgeries are.known to cause persistent posterior neck pain. So not only is the planned surgery unlikely to alleviate your pain, it may actually increase it. ... (3 replies)
... I am 9 months post ACDF surgery with an intraop spinal cord injury and lack of any fusion . I have been told I need revision posterior cervical spine fusion to correct my problem. ... (3 replies)

... I would like someone to translate this MRI for me Please. Thanks in advance. At C2-3, there is no significant spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis. At C3-4, there is a posterior disc osteophyte complex and bilateral facet and uncovertebral joint hypertrophy resulting in mild... (0 replies)
... ht side of the cervical spinal cord and significant impingement on the C7 nerve root and moderate encroachment on the right C6 foramen there is also considerable disc and osteophyte encroachment on the left C6 foramen. ... (2 replies)
... No abnormalities of the visualized spinal cord or limited images of the posterior fossa noted. ... (3 replies)
... T2. I've been dealing with steadily progressing degenerative Disc Disease since early 2000. I am 69 and in decent health. ... (6 replies)
... inferior to the left posterior fifth and bilateral posterior sixth ribs. ... (6 replies)
... The visualized posterior fossa, craniocervical junction, and spinal cord are normal in morphology and signal intensity. ... (0 replies)
... Mild diffuse change of degenerative disc disease. ... (0 replies)
... No significant posterior disc disease, central canal stenosis or foraminal narrowing is noted. ... (0 replies)
Cervical MRI
Feb 6, 2015
... There is a multilevel loss of t2 hyper intensity within the discs, compatible with disc degeneration. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, he did my previous surgeries. I'm mostly upset that he attempted two different artificially disc replacements and not figuring out until it was too late that I'm not an ideal candidate. ... (5 replies)
... level to treat a herniated disc with cord encroachment. Every year for the next four years I had 4 surgeries. Now, 2. ... (5 replies)
... a moderate sized posterior disc osteophyte complex is impinging upon and mildly deforms the cord. The neural foramina are widely patent. ... (7 replies)
... My MRI showed degenerative disc disease most pronounced inthe mid to lower segments. ... (1 replies)
... C6, it says, "there is posterior disc osteophyte complex which cause mild to moderate central canal stenosis. ... (17 replies)
... c6 right paracentral disc protrusion which is indenting on the thecal sac. ... (2 replies)
... ""ventral spurs and ventral extension of the disc. Broad posterior disc herniation eccentric to the left with ventral cord abutment and indentation of the left ventrolateral thecal sac"" This seems to be the heart of it. Radiologists have a very broad range of specificity when describing MRI's. Some are very detailed about what's wrong at each level, and describe the DEGREE... (8 replies)
... diminished disc space height, ventral spurs and ventral extension of the disc. ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain relief, degenerative disc/joint disease, herniated disc, kyphosis, lordosis, mri results, osteophytosis, spine, surgery, thoracic disc

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