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... Endplate spurs and facet joint arthropathy causes mild to moderate left neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... This MRI does not state the bone spurs that are around many of the discs that previous ct scans have shown. ... (10 replies)
... based protruding disc and endplate osteophyte, however this does not produce significant stenosis. ... (3 replies)

... You got a lot of health issue to consider and that;s why doctors are reluctant for you to go for surgery ..Just take pain medications to relieve your pain..and enjoy life as is. (1 replies)
... c5 there is diffuse disk bulge with mile accompanying endplate spondylosis . No focal disk herniation central cantral canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... c5 there is diffuse disk bulge with mile accompanying endplate spondylosis . No focal disk herniation central cantral canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... L5 with posterior endplate osteophyte formation, resulting in a mild degree of spinal stenosis from ventral thecal sac impingement ? ... (2 replies)
... In the cervical spine the discs are not herniated, but there is endplate spurring. The endplate is the flat edge of the vertebra that rests up against the disc. Spurring indicates little bone spurs are forming along this edge. ... (1 replies)
... disk has narrowed at this level, osteophytes are small bone spurs that form around the margins of the joints in your case they have formed around the edges of the disk on the vertebra. ... (7 replies)
... L5 a moderate size broad based disc bulge is present and there are smale osteophytic spurs projecting posterolaterally to the right. A small disc protrusion is also present to the right extending into the right neural foramen. ... (8 replies)
... These are noticeable changes to the bone in the vertebra and the endplate of the vertebra causing edema and inflammation in the bone tissue. ... (8 replies)
... the spine. Why it is significant is that if the osteophytes are of a certain size, they cause the joint to enlarge. They can also form on the edge of a disc or endplate of a vertebra. They take up space that is otherwise needed for the spinal nerve to function normally. ... (2 replies)
... S1, moderate to severe osteoarthritis with disc space narrowing, disc desiccation and degenerative endplate changes. Mild facet disease bilaterally. Approximately 2 mm of retrolisthesis is present. ... (7 replies)
... Hi all, I have had back pain for years, and it has gotten really bad the last 2 years. I see the neurosurgeon later this week to see what they think. I had my first MRI done (finally) and the report does not sound bad, compared to the pain I feel. The word mild is used several times, although the pain is anything but mild. My job involves sitting 8 hours a day, and the... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I found your radiology reports a bit odd in their reporting. Usually there is a very standardized form and language that is used. Yours, particularly the lumbar, is lacking in any detail. It is hard to believe that every segment is exactly the same, which is what the report indicates! I suggest you post the cervical report on the "Spinal Cord... (2 replies)
Low back pain
Dec 14, 2011
... Basically, there is a disc bulge in your lumbar spine between the lumbar 4 and 5 vertebrae on the left side that is probably compressing a lumbar nerve at this level, resulting in the pain you are experiencing. It is bulging into the foramen at this level. The foramen is an opening at each vertebra that is formed by the vertebral body and its arch through which the spinal... (1 replies)
... Very mild retrolisthesis C5 on C6.There is endplate and uncinate process spurs and mild diffuse disc bulging. ... (0 replies)
... L3 along with endplate spurring is again noted without change. ... (9 replies)
... if it said anything else, sometimes they kinda vaguely put stuff out there without the details. Like do you have disc bulges, herniations, stenosis, spondy bone spurs etc. chronic endplate changes. I would suggest reading up on it as much as possilbe. ... (15 replies)
Sooo Confused
Feb 18, 2007
... associations bone spurs, chronic endplate changes and some other stuff i am sure I am leaving out. narrowing foramen. ... (7 replies)




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