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Jul 29, 2015
... There is a central and right paracentral posterior disc protrusion with annular fissure or tear and what appears to be inferiorly extruded inferior disc material and disc fragment. These findings cause slight encroachment on the anterior thecal sac and right S1 nerve root origins. Correlate with symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... disc bulge with a large central disc protrusion effacing the thecal sac and contacting the ventral spinal cord, contributing to mild central canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Minimal posterior degenerative disc ridging without herniation or protrusion. Bilateral uncovertebtal osteophyte formation ad foraminal narrowing. No central stenosis. ... (0 replies)

... The vertebral body heights and alignment are preserved. There a multilevel degenerative changes of the spine, as evidenced by disc space narrowing, endplate sclerosis and spurring, and hypertrophic changes of the posterior elements. ... (0 replies)
ACDF Surgery
Jun 16, 2015
... the examination reveals a large severe disc extrusion centered to the right of midline. A large tear of the annulus is noted posteriorly. The extruded disc material measures an estimated 7 x 8 mm in the axial plane with a craniocaudal diameter of approximately 11 mm. ... (0 replies)
... him but my husband and I need lots more. There are not many people on these boards that have had a pseudoarthrosis and have had a revision surgery and also and a posterior revision at that. ... (5 replies)
... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and thatís it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (10 replies)
... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and that’s it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (10 replies)
... I'm a 69 year old female who has had Degenerative Disc Disease of my cervical spine for many years and knew it was a matter of time before I had to have surgery. ... (10 replies)
... reader for some time so finally taking the plunge to ask something! Historically I had an RTA on a motorbike in 2005 which broke my pelvis and made a protruding disc worsen. ... (0 replies)
Severe stenosis
May 14, 2015
... Yes, he meant myelomalacia (it's a bit scary he got this wrong). With the upper motor neuron signs such as hyperreflexia and brisk reflexes along with the altered sensations in arms and legs you exhibit several features of cervical spondylotic myelopathy which can sometimes goes hand in hand with myelomalacia. Have you had any true weakness or gait disturbance (like walking... (25 replies)
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)
... 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)
... BackintheSaddle, Thank you so much for your response:) First I want to say I am so sorry for what you went through and how incredibly frustrating for them to be dragging their feet. As a physical therapist I have seen this done before and it is disheartening to say the least. I am sorry you have chronic pain:( I really agree with your answer - I was looking for some... (7 replies)
... BackintheSaddle, Thank you so much for your response:) First I want to say I am so sorry for what you went through and how incredibly frustrating for them to be dragging their feet. As a physical therapist I have seen this done before and it is disheartening to say the least. I am sorry you have chronic pain:( I really agree with your answer - I was looking for some... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf, acdf surgery, asymptomatic, cervical disc, foraminotomy, herniated disc, myelopathy, neck, ortho, pip, spasticity, spine, surgery

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