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... spine. That isnt a big deal on its own. It really depends on where and how much the spurs grow. If they grow too much centrally they can impact the spinal cord and laterally they can affect the nerve roots. ... (6 replies)
... The only reason I could think it would affect your legs is myelopathy caused by spinal cord compression. Who told you the MRI didn't show spinal cord compression? ... (5 replies)
... It helps to know just a bit about basic spinal anatomy. Your spine consists of bony vertebrae that protect the spinal cord and nerve roots. The vertebrae are separated by spongy disks that allow movement but provide cushioning. ... (7 replies)

MRI Cervical Spine
Mar 19, 2015
... Welcome to the board. I would have to concur that itching is not a typical symptom coming from a spinal issue of any kind, pinched nerve, stenosis, herniated disc, etc. ... (1 replies)
... though and I'd agree that probably makes it moderate. The cord itself is between 7.5 and 8. ... (9 replies)
... C6 a little below where the saggital is clearest there is definitely no CSF around my cord and it's arguably "pushed in" a little which wasn't the case 7 years ago. ... (9 replies)
... I've read that the symptoms vary when the affected region is Spinal Cord VS Spinal Nerve. MRI showed no compression on spinal cord, just spinal nerve so why is it affecting my leg? ... (5 replies)
... At 4mm you certainly have compression of your spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sure if Myleopathy is the cause he should refer me to a spine specialist who deals with spinal disorders. ... (6 replies)
... C7 are protruding backward into the space for the spinal cord. ... (6 replies)
... means the c5 vertebra is slipping backward onto the c6. ... (3 replies)
... c6 to 7.1mm is significant. I haven't seen your MRI but that narrowing would be enough to cause cord compression in many people. Cord compression can lead to myelopathy which affects the spinal cord and can cause neurological symptoms of varying degree. ... (2 replies)
... The cervical cord is normal in caliber and signal intensity. ... (0 replies)
... at each spinal level. Both of these situations are called stenosis, when crowding the spinal cord it's called central canal stenosis and when crowding the nerve root exits it's called neuroforaminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... of the spinal cord without abnormal spinal cord signal. ... (1 replies)
... c6. There is mild cervical straightening. The vertebral marrow signal is unremarkable. there is no evidence of compression fracture. ... (3 replies)
... C6...and that is the only level where there is contact with the spinal cord. ... (3 replies)
... c7. It is not causing nerve root issue, but rather spinal cord compression directly. ... (4 replies)
... First, cord compression lasting 8 months can do permanent damage to the cord, resulting in permanent pain and weakness/numbness of extremities. I would encourage you to not cross off surgery as a solution. If this was going to heal, it probably would have by now. You can have discectomy without fusion to relieve the compression. I have had neck surgery and really didn't think... (4 replies)
Post-op ACDF C5-C6
Sep 28, 2012
... C6 with hip autograft on September 18. Prior to surgery, I had severe spinal cord compression and nerve root compression. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, c5 c6, cervical, cervical stenosis, pain, physical therapy, radiculopathy, spinal cord compression, stenosis, surgery

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