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MRI Help?
Dec 17, 2014
... that allow the nerve roots to exit. This reduction of space is called stenosis and is generally graded on a scale of minimal, mild, moderate, severe. ... (2 replies)
... For me, this ended up causing severe left arm and shoulder pain followed by fairly significant weakness and even some muscle loss. ... (1 replies)
... This is graded on a minimal, mild, moderate, severe scale with your husband's being mild. ... (4 replies)

... small diffuse disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis. No foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... small diffuse disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis. No foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... causing narrowing and possibly pinching of the nerves. Normally this is graded on the same scale as canal stenosis and often the report will mention if there is clear nerve pinching or not, but there is no mention of this in the report. ... (2 replies)
... L5 pars defect with spondylolithesis with 3mm slippage. Life carried on and 2 years ago I started to get severe pain and numbness with pins and needles in both legs travelling right down my legs to my toes. I was also having pain in my neck and arms. ... (8 replies)
... narrowing of the central canal or neural foramina. ... (5 replies)
... sided neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)
... moderate left neural foraminal stenosis. ... (17 replies)
... as well as moderate to severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)
... moderate central canal stenosis with flattening of the ventral cord as well as moderate to severe left and severe right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)
... facet degeneration results in mild central canal stenosis and severe neural foraminal stenosis. ... (10 replies)
... A family member has been having neck pain and just had an MRI. Here are the results. Can anyone help interpret this report? We are also wondering what the possible treatments would be if any? Thanks! :) IMPRESSION: 1. STRAIGHTENING OF THE NORMAL CERVICAL LORDOSIS, WHICH MAY BE RELATED TO POSITIONING, MUSCLE SPASM, OR SPONDYLOSIS. 2. MILD CENTRAL CANAL STENOSIS FROM... (10 replies)
... there is no central canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing identified. ... (14 replies)
... neural foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... 40yr old male 5-7 170 .tingling fingers. pain in elbow and subscapular right side all c2-3 right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy and some facet degeneration with mild right neural foraminal stenosis At C3-4 diffuse disc osteophyte complex right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy causing moderate right greater neural foraminal stenosis at C4-5... (1 replies)
Please help
Mar 25, 2009
... subarticular disc protrusion with some reactive osteophytic spurring. There are some hypertrophic uncovertebral degenerative changes on the right with moderate neural foraminal stenosis on the right. The left neural foramen is widely patent. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks so much Mary for making me feel like I'm not completely alone in all this. You're so kind.:) Doc #1 said if epidural #1 didn't show improvement then he wouldn't give me any more. The end. Oy. Luckily my PT is my biggest advocate (I started seeing him last year for ankle problems and lucky for me he's an ankle and spine guy), so he's got me on a big offloading... (4 replies)
Nov 3, 2007
... sed posteriorly from this extruded fragment. The extruded fragment hugs the posterior aspect of the body with a convex margin into the dura. There is moderate to severe neural foraminal stenosis which relates not to the extruded disc but rather to posterior and posterolateral bony ridging and facet hypertrophy. ... (6 replies)

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