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... spurring with mild neural foraminal narrowing greater on the right. ... (8 replies)
... T1 foramen suspicious for mild mass effect on the exiting right C8 nerve root. No other posterior spondylosis or disc protrusion. No left uncovertebral spurring. No left foraminal narrowing. No central canal stenosis. ... (7 replies)
... intervertebral disc. There is minimal right uncovertebral spurring. There is no central spinal stenosis or significant neural foraminal narrowing. ... (16 replies)

... there may be mild annular bulge or end plate spurring toward the left. This causes slight flattening of the left anterior aspect of the thecal sac. There is no foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
Hello
Jun 9, 2013
... Back up a second. Remember that foraminal narrowing can only cause symptoms downstream on the affected nerves. Cervical foraminal narrowing CANNOT cause symptoms in your feet. Cervical CORD narrowing could cause foot symptoms, but so could lumbar spinal problems, and a number of other maladies. ... (9 replies)
... c3 mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy. No sign. narrowing of the central canal or neural foramina. ... (3 replies)
... Disc osteophytic ridging is present. Unconvertabral spurring and facetarthropathy are present. Mild to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis is present. this is unchanged. ... (3 replies)
... Some mild annular bulge is seen and there is left sided uncovertebral spurring which mildly narrows the medial aspect of the left foramen. Some mild degenerative facet arthropathy is seen on the left. ... (6 replies)
Cervical
Jan 31, 2013
... Some mild annular bulge is seen and there is left sided uncovertebral spurring which mildly narrows the medial aspect of the left foramen. Some mild degenerative facet arthropathy is seen on the left. ... (1 replies)
... The worst of it would seem to be this... "at least a moderate degree of right neural foraminal narrowing due to uncovertebral joint spurring". ... (3 replies)
... C6 there is a mild posterior disc space narrowing with uncovertebral joint prominence particularly on the right. ... (3 replies)
... severe central spinal stenosis, bilateral uncovertebral spurring with severe bilateral foraminal narrowing. So I guess it could be restricting blood circulation. ... (5 replies)
... there is left paracentral disc protrusion resulting in mild narrowing of the canal. There is also contact of the ventral aspect of the cord on the left without cord impingement. ... (3 replies)
... with severe right foraminal stenosis and modrate left. It said I also have a broad based disc protrusion there . ... (6 replies)
... Mild disc degeneration with minimal uncovertebral joint spurring on the right. The central canal and foramina are unremarkable. ... (0 replies)
... Stable minimal disc bulge and endplate spondylosis. No significant spinal stenosis. Stable left greater than right facet and uncovertebral joint spurring with moderate to severe left and mild right forminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... the uncovertebral joint. The left foramen is patent. ... (0 replies)
... Right paracentral disc bulge an minimal ednplate spurring contributes to thecal sac effacement and right ventral cord abutment. Minimal endplate through uncovertebral spurring and left greater than right facet arthrosis contributes to mild left greater than right foraminal narrowing. ... (16 replies)
Mri opinions
Jul 30, 2010
... C4 Minimal disc osteophyte complex with mild right foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... Right facet is hypertrophied, has increased fluid in the joint, and bone edema. No visible fracture, but CT is more reliable. This and unconvertebral spurring cause moderate right foraminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)


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