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Mri findings
Nov 12, 2007
... what does bony foraminal narrowing is marked on both sides due to uncinate hypertrophy. ... (0 replies)
... This is pretty much the place to be if you want to learn about this. ... (5 replies)
... sided endplate spurring resulting in moderate to severe narrowing of the left neural faramen. The right neural foramen is moderately narrowed secondary to underlying disc osteophyte complex. The AP diameter of the central canal is at its lower limits. ... (5 replies)

... foremost is the issue I have with my neck... Short history... ... (0 replies)
... I've been living with back pain for the last 3 years. After being a very active person all my life, this pain is altering everything I do. I've had injections for the cervical portion of my back that don't last very long and PT 4 times. I'm looking for other options. ... (2 replies)
... I am going to see a Neurosurgeon in about a week, I cannot wait because this is driving me in sane, I have been in pain for 3 years now and I have to turn my whole upper body to look because I cannot turn my darn neck.. ... (27 replies)
... Hi. I was wondering if someone can explain what my results mean in normal terms. I strained my neck about a year ago and went through a month of PT and got better. ... (1 replies)
Pain 2014!
Jan 13, 2014
... 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)
... disk is bulging backward into the spinal canal. ... (1 replies)
... Lordosis just means a backward curve of the ascending spine. Some areas should be lordotic, and the neck is one. Reversal of lordosis in the neck is pretty common. ... (4 replies)
Surgical consult
Jul 25, 2012
... How old is that MRI? ... (10 replies)
... c4 there is subtle focal central posterior disk protrusion or disk bulge causing no significant narrowing of the spinal canel or neural foramina. ... (10 replies)
... signal is otherwise unremarkable. ... (0 replies)
... There is moderate loss of disc height. ... (4 replies)
... nerve root. There is mild right foraminal narrowing secondary to uncinate process hypertrophy. ... (11 replies)
... I am 43 with fibro,hbp,diabetes,Itp and lumbar and cervical pain. I am having alot of numbness and tingling in my hands...right side is worse along with right foot goes numb also. ... (11 replies)
... have been sent to a Neurologist after an MRI. The results were not explained to me but sound scary. I have no health insurance and would like help understanding what all this means for my future and my pain. ... (2 replies)
Disc bulge
Nov 21, 2007
... can you please explain what these meansc c3-4 bilateral carvical spondylosis with central disc bulging mild uncinate hypertrophy c5-6 lefttsided disc bulge/osteophyte complex with superimposed protrusion and uncinate hyperthropy moderat narrowing of left neural foramen cause minmal impression on left ventral aspect of thecal sac right foramen is patent (1 replies)
... rthopedic surgeon because the results came back "abnormal" but did not say what abnormal was so we don't know if it is something to be concerned about or not and is it something that would require major surgery or something that would be minimally invasive that he could do to relieve his pain. ... (1 replies)
Need mri help
Dec 3, 2012
... Can I assume that your "chronic postural abnormality" is cervical kyphosis, that is your neck bends forward rather than backward? ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical degeneration, disc degenerative, mri, mri report interpretation, myelomalacia, radiculopathy, spinal stenosis

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