... Facets are joints at the back of the vertebrae and the uncinate process is a part of the bone as well. Either way, both have degenerative changes...meaning arthritis. ... (1 replies)
... what is uncinate and facet degenerative changes (1 replies)
... end plate spur complex, degenerative disc narrowing and facet arthopathy result in low grade foraminal stenosis bilaterally. The posterior disc spur complex effaced the thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... Would appreciate assistance to understand in English. I think below report is just degenerative in nature, but I don't understand a lot of the terminology. ... (6 replies)
... You don't know how grateful I am to have found this wonderful site.....I now have ONE place to be, that covers all the dang issues in my life.
But 1st & foremost is the issue I have with my neck... Short history... have always had back problems, doc wanted to do surgery when I was 28 (now 56), but I learnt to live with the pain & just do things differently.
But, (yes... (0 replies)
... c6 level, degenerative changes of the uncinate processes and mild to moderate foraminal stenosis is noted bilaterally. ... (2 replies)
... mm dorsal disc osteophyte complex, minimal uncinate ridging. No stenosis. ... (27 replies)
... Mild diffuse disc bulge without significant spinal canal narrowing. Facet and uncinate hypertrophy result in mild right neural foramina narrowing. Left neural foramen is patent. ... (1 replies)
... asymmetric left severe uncinate hypertrophy causing severe left foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 32 yr old mom with Vasculitis (prob Churg-Strauss), POTS, Sinus Tachycardia. Had MRI of brain & neck after suspected TIA. I'm confused by the results:
-"cerebellar tonsils low lying with inferior aspect of cerebellar tonsil just approaching superior aspect of posterior arch of C1. Little associated cervicomedullary compression.
-"mild degenerative changes evident with... (1 replies)
... based posterior osteophyte in combination with bulging annulus. There is moderate right neural foramina stenosis due to uncinate process hypertrophy. The left neural foramina appears to be normal. ... (1 replies)
... I'm so glad to have found this site. I recently had an MRI because I've been experiencing numbness and tingling in arms. Everything on different websites that I've read regarding OPLL doesn't look encouraging. I'll be 50 in a couple of months, and see that this is about the age it starts affecting people. Anyone out there have a similar MRI at about the same age? I'm... (8 replies)
... moderate left facet arthrosis with mild right uncinate spurring. Foramina are patent. ... (3 replies)
... C2, thickening of the tectorial membrane related to degenerative changes. ... (8 replies)
... mality within the spinal cord parenchyma. There is moderate narrowing of the inner part of the left neural foramen. There also appears to be a slight right right uncinate hypertrophy, but with only minimal narrowing of the right neural foramen. ... (10 replies)
... There is significant bilateral neuroforminal narrowing mostly by uncinate hypertrophy. ... (0 replies)
... There is significant bilateral neuroforminal narrowing mostly by uncinate hypertrophy. ... (13 replies)
... FLATTENED CORD, Radiculopathy, Degenerative spine disease, ETC.. ... (13 replies)
... sided neural foraminalstenosis secondary to uncinate spurring. ... (3 replies)
... likely degenerative changes. ... (3 replies)