... No abnormalities of the visualized spinal cord or limited images of the posterior fossa noted. ... (3 replies)
... C7 you also have a disk protrusion flattening the spinal cord. Any time something impacts the cord enough to flatten it, significant symptoms can occur. ... (2 replies)
... te formation with n associated right para central disc extrusion which causes some mild indentation to the right 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)
... projecting into the spinal canal, displacing the thecal sac posteriorly and abutting the spinal cord anteriorly without impingement nor associated spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (0 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)
... S1 with slight bilateral impingement on the transiting Si nerve roots. Minor facet arthrosis. ... (7 replies)
... C5 that cause mild spinal canal stenosis and narrowing of the neuroforamina. ... (1 replies)
... As far as I know, no, the symptoms would not travel up the spinal tract. Impingement in the thoracic area can lead to thoracic outlet syndrome. ... (1 replies)
... disc Spurs in both which is causing spinal impingement in both places as well. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah the differential for twitching is pretty large. It can be due to nerve or spinal impingement, but there are many other causes as well. Sometimes exercising muscles that haven't been exercised for a while can cause twitching. ... (4 replies)
... If you had exactly the "right" kind of impingement on your cord, I suppose it might have this effect. ... (7 replies)
... I had my latest pain management procedure on 11/13/12. Before going under, I talked to the doc, explaining my concern about the not more than 8mm width of the canal at C3-4 and C3-5 (from the CT) and the impingement on the canal in that area (from the MRI). He agreed that I should be concerned but said if I were to have another fusion, I would probobaly need another in 5... (47 replies)
... Your MRI is complicated, but far from terrifying. For starters, the radiologist does not see cord impingement due to the herniated disks. ... (5 replies)
... Hello all, I posted VERY EARLY this morning and made no sense, No wonder I didnt get a reply, lol I'm sorry im just so weak in my arms and in so much pain needing answers.
I was wondering if someone could please help me understand the severity of these results and maybe if your educated in this area it would be wonderful if you could explain it to me PRETTY PLEASE:):):)
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... cord impingement is allowed to go on, the greater the likelihood of irreparable damage. ... (2 replies)
... mm. Within the canal, and surrounding the cord, is the spinal fluid. If you see an MRI, the fluid will be light, and the cord dark. ... (14 replies)
... Since no one gave you any answers, I did a little investigating and will give it a try.
Question 1-yes you have spinal stenosis in the cervical area only according to your tests(not thoracic tests included). In your case, it is congenital as noted. Means you were born this way. As you get older, it closes up even more.
Question 2- there is no mention of disk dessicatioin... (8 replies)
... Is there evidence of spinal stenosis and why? ... (8 replies)
... I received a report of an MRI of a 2 year old injury to my spinal cord. ... (2 replies)
... First, by your symptoms they can tell which nerves are involved. Each nerve has a dermatome (an area of the body where impingement or damage of the nerve is felt).
Then, while doing the injection they are using a flourascope which is an "active xray" so it stays on during the procedure. That helps the doctor track where the needle is in relation to the nerve they are... (3 replies)