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... Ruffdogster & ChuchStr Not only cervical but there seems to be a thoracic problem too. Here is that MRI report....any comments...please do Anterior cervical fusion is again identified at C4-5 and C5-6 levels. At T6-T7 there is a right paracentral disc protrusion with ventral impression on the thecal sac. At the T6 level there is dorsal impression on the thoracic cord... (10 replies)
... C6 left paracentral disc protrusion with annular tear is seen again and has progressed in the interval, now causing effacement of the thecal sac and mass effect upon the ventral aspect of the left hemi cord. ... (6 replies)
... uld like any input about the success of this surgery. Diagnosed with left paracentral disc protrusion, annular tear has progressed now causing effacement of the thecal sac and mass effect upon the ventral aspect of the left hemicord. ... (0 replies)

... demonstrates mild uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild right neural foramen encroachment. There is effacement of the ventral thecal sac without significant central canal encroachment. ... (0 replies)
... demonstrates mild uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild right neural foramen encroachment. There is effacement of the ventral thecal sac without significant central canal encroachment. ... (0 replies)
... cartilagiouns spur which arises from the dorsal aspect of the upper L4 vertebra extending slightly obliquely to the dorsal sac at L4, compatible with the diastematomyelia. This asymmetrically splits the terminal cord into 2 components, larger present at the right of the midline. ... (8 replies)
... MRI reads, minimal diffuse disc bulge with indentations to the ventral thecal sac, at c2-3,c3-4, c4-5,c7-t1,all without significant canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing c7-t1 also some facet hypertrophic changes, some mild ligamentum flavum laxity c3-4 there are... (0 replies)
... Somewhat redundant, given the thecal sac effacement. ... (1 replies)
... Wondering if anyone can translate ? Cervical spine MRI: Impression: Multilevel degenerative changes of the Cervical spine as described above most pronounced at C6-C7 where there is a left paracentral posterior disc protrusion indenting the ventral thecal sac and ventral left aspect of the the spinal cord causing severe left neuroforaminal stenosis and severe left-sided... (0 replies)
... one could have several MRI's done and each doctor will tell you something different. It says....there is facet arthropathy bilaterally. The AP diameter of the thecal sac measures 14 mm.g. ... (0 replies)
... based disc protrusion slightly contours the ventral thecal sac with AP diameter of the thecal sac narrowed down to 9 mm is noted. No foraminal stenosis is seen on the right and mild left foraminal narrowing is seen. ... (16 replies)
... MIld Disk osteophyte complex is seen. MIld BUlge is present. There is mild effacement of the thecal sac anteriorly. probabable mild central stenosis is seen. The midline AP diameter of the thecal sac is approximately 1cm. ... (2 replies)
... posterior spondylosis complex resulting in complete effacement of ventral thecal sac with moderate AP canal stenosis. Bilateral moderate narrowing of neural forimina, mild facet joint hypertrophy noted. ... (3 replies)
... thecal sac and left lateral recess. Superimposed small left lateral recess disc protrusion contacts and flattens the ventral left hemicord. The factors result in moderate effacement of the left lateral recess and proximal left neural foramen. ... (5 replies)
... A left central disc osteophyte complex is present. It effaces the ventral thecal sac. No central canal stenosis is present. ... (3 replies)
... stenosis and thecal sac encroachment here and there, spurs, disc bulging at all lumbar levels, active inflammatory facet arthropathy, bilateral facet joint effusions..... ... (3 replies)
... Just based on the radiologist's report, I'm a little surprised at the "ASAP" recommendation to a surgeon. Lets look at the worst level... << C5-6 broad based disc protusion and osteophytic ridging and uncinate spurring >> OK, so you have a bulging disk between your C5 and C6 vertebrae. The vertebrae also have bone overgrowth (call it osteophytes or call it bone spurs),... (10 replies)
... broad based disc protusion and osteophytic ridging and uncinate spurring with mass effect on the ventral thecal sac and near obliteration of the anterior CSF space. There is also moderate foraminal stenosis bilaterally and both C6 nerve roots could be affected. ... (10 replies)
... A mild degree of disc narrowing is present. Left posterolateral protrusion and left uncovertebral spurring impress the left ventral thecal sac and result in moderate left left foraminal stenosis. The right foramen is patent and there is no cord compression. ... (6 replies)
Cervical
Jan 31, 2013
... A mild degree of disc narrowing is present. Left posterolateral protrusion and left uncovertebral spurring impress the left ventral thecal sac and result in moderate left left foraminal stenosis. The right foramen is patent and there is no cord compression. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, facet, herniated disc, hypertrophy, mri report interpretation, neural foraminal stenosis, spinal cord problem, syrinx

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