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... ABSOLUTELY! Not to say other things can't, but the flattening of the ventral cord and/or the severe right foraminal impingement can cause all those. I'd be surprised if you were having no symptoms based on your MRI. (4 replies)
... From an MRI with contrast looking for MS these pertinent problems were noted. There are more issues but these are the big ones that the radiologist focused on. C 4-5Broad right paracentral-posterolateral disk protrusion/endplate/uncovertebral spur complex flattening the ventral cord and causing severe right foraminal impingement (does the patient have... (4 replies)
... MRI Findings Normal cervical vertebral body height and alignment. No bony destructive alterations. Degenerative endplate signal changes most pronounced at C5-6 and C6-7. Intrinsically, the cervical cord appears to be grossly normal. Congenital cervical spinal canal dimensions are normal. Cerebellar tonsils are normally positioned At C2-3, there may be some left-sided... (8 replies)

Misaligned spine
Oct 6, 2012
... shows right foraminal encroachment to a moderate degree due to spondylotic ridge and uncovertebral spur. ... (4 replies)
... moderate degree due to spondylotic ridge and uncovertebral spur. ... (19 replies)
... paramedian disc spur complex causes mild anterior impression upon the cord and mild to moderate left foraminal stenosis. Central canal is lower normal caliber. ... (3 replies)
... by broader based disc bulge with uncovertebral spur formation. ... (10 replies)
... by facet and uncovertebral spur. ... (2 replies)
... herniation severely narrows the central canal to 7mm with flattening of the cervical cord. Uncovertebral spur and disc bulge cause moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (24 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie and would like to know anyone's opinion on my full spinal MRI, specifically MYELOMALACIA. I am familiar with most of the findings, I just wanted other opinions. Considering changing my neurosurgeon, I feel he isn't telling me everything. Just brushes things off to arthritis, which I do know is present, but there are other things going on from what I'm... (0 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie and would like to know anyone's opinion on my full spinal MRI, specifically MYELOMALACIA. I am familiar with most of the findings, I just wanted other opinions. Considering changing my neurosurgeon, I feel he isn't telling me everything. Just brushes things off to arthritis, which I do know is present, but there are other things going on from what I'm... (8 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie and would like to know anyone's opinion on my full spinal MRI, specifically MYELOMALACIA. I am familiar with most of the findings, I just wanted other opinions. Considering changing my neurosurgeon, I feel he isn't telling me everything. Just brushes things off to arthritis, which I do know is present, but there are other things going on from what I'm... (0 replies)
... invasive posterior operation where the uncovertebral bone spur is cut away. ... (7 replies)
... was told that such epidural will do nothing for me since my issue is with bone spurs. Forgive me if I'm incorrect but I believe both spondylosis and asymmetric uncovertebral hypertrophy are related to bone growth. You may want to ask about epidural versus Facet joint injections. ... (4 replies)
Cervical MRI
Oct 26, 2012
... Minor left paracentral disc spur complex. There is no cord impingment. there is no neural foramina stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... severe to describe levels of severity, so you can see that "mild" shouldn't be causing a problem. So how can a "mild" bone spur protrusion actually grow back into the spinal canal far enough to push away the spinal fluid and contact the cord? ... (6 replies)
... Axial images at the C2-C3 level show a left paracentral spur disc complex effacing anterolateral thecal sac and causing mild left-sided neural foraminal narrowing. Axial images C3-C4 level redemonstrated left-sided uncovertebral facet osteophyte formation causing mild left-sided neural foraminal narrowing. Axial image at C4-C5 level shows right paracentral disc... (2 replies)
... Don't forget to ask what can be done about the uncovertebral bone spur. ... (15 replies)
... small right side uncovertebral bone spur indenting into the right foramen. ... (15 replies)
... small right side uncovertebral bone spur indenting into the right foramen. ... (15 replies)


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