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... what is moderate facet arthrosis (1 replies)
... i have the same symptoms and have been diagnosed with bilateral sacroilitis and the pain is sometimes very severe to the point where i cant move out of bed or walk for weeks. God help us!!!!! ... (6 replies)
... i have been diagnosed with bilateral sacroilitis. i have the same symptoms and the pain is sometimes very severe to the point where i cant move out of bed or walk for weeks. God help us!!!!! ... (6 replies)

... I am fed up with these other "two docs" that have been trying to help me. I am in terrible pain. I am attaching my test results for the last 10 months, tell me what you think. I've included my own notes as well from research I've done on the internet. ... (6 replies)
... It is meant to say foraminal not frontal. The foramina are openings located at each vertebra where a spinal nerve exits the spine. ... (1 replies)
... field strength without contrast. There is cervical spine straightening. There is some disc space narrowing. ... (6 replies)
... with the central stenosis. I'm going to see more surgeons over the next week to get more opinions but wondering if there were any thoughts from folks here about what to ask, similar experiences etc. Thanks everyone, this is my first post! ... (11 replies)
... First, the MRI is one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. It must be correlated with what is found upon physical exam, a basic neurologic exam, and after listening carefully to a description of your symptoms and how they impact your life. ... (4 replies)
Cervical MRI
Jun 28, 2013
... There is a small posterior right lateral disc osteophyte complex as well as advanced facet arthropathy, particularly involving the right facet joint. This causes marked narrowing of the right neural foramen. ... (10 replies)
... There is mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 and C5 on C6, mildly progressed when compared to previous, on the basis of degenerative changes. There is reversal of the normal lordosis in the upper cervical spine. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know much about facet joints, but I completely understand the neck pain. ... (5 replies)
... There is moderate left neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (13 replies)
... Alignment of the cervical vertebral bodies is unremarkable. Minor marrow degenerative changes are noted. The intervetebral discs show multilevel degenerative changes. ... (23 replies)
... S1 with a prominent left sided facet effusion, consistent with active inflammation on the left. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Sammy! I got the results from my myelogram. It's interesting in that it is a bit different from my MRI. They did a CT scan and there's another report just titled myelogram cervical. ... (15 replies)
... C5 indenting the thecal sac. There is no sagnificant cord compression. ... (1 replies)
... aren't familiar with spinal anatomy, I would suggest you look online for some good illustrations so you will better understand the basic terms...vertebrae, disc, facet joint... ... (1 replies)
... series of bone spurs develop on multiple vertebrae, compressing the intervertebral discs and exerting pressure on the nerve roots or even the spinal cord. This is a part of a degenerative process sometimes "degenerative disc disease. ... (1 replies)
... resulting in bone spurs and enlargement of facet joints. These changes can result in stenosis which can occur in the central canal and in the foramina, which is an opening along each vertebral level that allows a spinal nerve to exit the spine to go out to the part of the body it innervates. ... (4 replies)
... First, be aware that the MRI is one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. The images will be correlated with what is found on physical exam and basic neurological exam. ... (3 replies)

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