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Cervical MRI
Feb 6, 2015
... There is a multilevel loss of t2 hyper intensity within the discs, compatible with disc degeneration. ... (2 replies)
... level, there is a focal posterior osteochondral bar centered just to the right of the midline indenting the thecal sac and flattening the anterior cord surface. ... (0 replies)
... CLINICAL HISTORY: Frequent neck pain, bilateral upper extremity radiculopathy and paraesthesias. TECHNIQUE: MRI of the cervical spine performed 01/28/15. FINDINGS: There are mild degenerative changes of the cervical spine, with minimal diffuse central spinal canal narrowing likely the result of congenitally short pedicles. Most notably at C5-C6 there is mild broad... (0 replies)

... arms, history disc issue with nerve impingement. ... (1 replies)
... You need to see a different orthopedic surgeon. (7 replies)
... able position is on my back. I have had some in my family tell me that this is nonsense and that I should not be in as much pain as I'm in. I am also not sure if disc bulging means herniated. I'm quite new to all this. What I'm asking is, in general, is the findings below serious? ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis and situation. I know first hand how different surgeons can give wildly different action plans. It depends on how conservative they are, what procedures they have more of a predilection to and lastly by their age. I have noticed the younger surgeons seem to be more pro-active and more willing to think outside of the box. (Not... (5 replies)
... No disc bulge or herniation. Central canal and neuroforamina are patent. ... (1 replies)
... The alignment is normal. The anatomic relationship between the dens, the anterior arch of C1, and the foramen magnum is unremarkable. There is mild multilevel disc desiccation. Otherwise, the disc space heights and vertebral body heights are preserved. ... (9 replies)
... C7 posterior cervical laminectomy. ... (7 replies)
... exit foramen. posterior osteophyte formation is noted at both these levels. ... (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)
... Do not mess around with your spinal cord. I had a bulge posterior at levels C4/5 and then after a minor rear end accident within days I hurt and was back at the doctor and now I had a anterior bulge moderately impinging my spinal cord. Unfortunately workman's comp drug their feet. It took 18 months to get the fusion at C5/6. I have permanent damage to the nerves. It... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, c5-c6 herniated disc, cervical stenosis, herniated disc, mri, neck back pain, numbness in hands and feet, pain, radiculopathy, spine, surgery, whiplash

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