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... an be advanced in younger people as wall this is when they cause problems, as they will advance as you get older, they are due to increased bone growth, and take the form of ridges, and spurs on the vertebra. ... (3 replies)
... ve included snips of the report that I did not understand and any help is appreciated. ... (3 replies)
... Noncontrast multiplanar MRI imaging of the cervical spine was performed. ... (9 replies)

... I got the report of my cervical MRI. It looks as if I will have to change my signature as a few things have changed since my last MRI in October of 2002. But maybe not since this MRI was a closed one. I did notice that this report was worded differently than my last as I had to research to understand it. ... (398 replies)
MRI Help
Apr 4, 2013
... C6 causing severe spinal stenosis and cord flattening with myelomalacia and moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (7 replies)
... during the first suggested surgery. ... (0 replies)
... What kind of doctor is treating you at the present time? ... (1 replies)
... gadolinium sagittal and oblique axil T1 weighted images were obtained of the lumbar spine. ... (1 replies)
MRI Results
Jun 18, 2014
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (6 replies)
... I also posted my Cervical MRI results as well here are the findings. ... (10 replies)
... from you. I really do wish that I was reading better news from you. You haven't stated if you are in pain or not so I am praying that your not suffering. As for the displacement on L5 relative to S1, I am not sure exactly what this means or how this happened. ... (14 replies)
... I think this is best answered by a doctor but if you want 'nonprofessional' opinion I'd say that the MRI has no mention of 'impingement or compression or flattening' of any of the neural structures such as the nerve rootes or spinal cord. ... (12 replies)

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