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... osteophyte complex that results in biforaminal stenosis, right greater than left. Centrally, the spondylotic protrusion mildly effaces the ventral cervical cord, primarily on the right. ... (4 replies)
... osteophyte complex, with mild deformity of the ventral cord. The canal is mildly stenotic. There is left greater than right foramina! stenosis due to uncovertebral spurring, best seen on axial image 15, impinging the left C6 nerve root and encroaching on the exiting right C6 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... I had an extruded disc, with central canal stenosis and biforaminal stenosis in the lumbar area. ... (4 replies)

... S1 and high grade biforaminal stenosis compressing the L5 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... L3 Shallow disc displacment in the biforaminal position with mild to moderate facet arthropathy results in mild exiting neural foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... C3 level demonstrates minimal bony ridging, and uncovertebral hhypertrophy, bilaterally. There is no significant spinal canal stenosis or foraminal encroachment. ... (5 replies)
Back Pain
Jan 30, 2006
... and causing biforaminal narrowing. ... (3 replies)
... diffuse disk bulge, osteophyte complex with facet hypertrophic changes and flavum hypertrophy contributing to severe cnetral canal stenosis and severe biforaminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)
MRI advice
Sep 27, 2012
... Central disc displacement. NO signifcant central canal stenosos evident. Mild central canal stenosis evident. The neural foramina are patent without neural impringement. ... (5 replies)
... C7, there is a broad 3 mm midline disc protrusion with a mild degree of central canal stenosis. There are also 3 mm biforaminal disc protrusions with abutment of the exiting cervical nerve roots bilaterally. ... (0 replies)
... net Medical School", I think that "osteophyte complex with facet hypertrophic changes" is on mine and I believe the Doc said that's arthritis. The narrow central stenosis and the biforaminal narrowing means your spinal canal is severely narrowing, I think. ... (7 replies)




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