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... what is neuroforaminal narrowing of the spine related to uncovertebral joint hypertrophy (0 replies)
... C3, here is bilateral uncovertebral joint osteophytes moderately encroaching the subarachoid space and mildly abutting the cervical cord. ... (10 replies)
... central disc extrusion. There is mild AP narrowing the central canal. There is uncovertebral joint hypertrophy with moderate bilateral foraminal narrowing. There does appear to be some encroachment upon the exiting C6 nerve roots bilaterally. ... (0 replies)

MRI Results
Jun 15, 2014
... uncovertebral joint hypertrophy. ... (6 replies)
MRI Results
Jun 15, 2014
... uncovertebral joint hypertrophy. ... (6 replies)
... and the spinal cord. This is happening on the right side pushing into the thecal sac, and it is also pushing into the right foraminal opening. It also mentions uncovertebral joint hypertrophy which usually goes hand in hand with the disc osteophyte complex. ... (14 replies)
... Rt. wiht uncobertebral joint adn facet degeneration. Mild Lft. and minimal Rt. neural foraminal narrowing, tiny central disc herniation, AP 9. ... (6 replies)
... hello, can someone please interpret these results thank you. Symptoms tingling all over and twitching could this be causing this THORACIC At t8-t9 their is a left-sided disc herniation causing proximal left formainal narrowing. impression at t8-t9 there is a left formainal disc herniation wild mild proximal left formainal narrowing. CERVICAL (17 replies)
... Teterri , Last night I decided to look at my MRI images. At the end there was the full MRI results. Can you tell me if the full report says the same thing as the shortened verision I posted yesterday.? Here is what my MRI results say on my cd with the images. There is mild uncovertebral joint hypertrophy present at c5-c6 on the right side. There is also a right lateral... (14 replies)
... ior bony ridge present which does partially efface the ventral thecal sac and results in mild central canal narrowing. There is also mild facet and uncovetbebral joint hypertrophic change appearing to result in a mild degree right foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
MRI results
Jan 3, 2011
... Hello, I have horrible pain in my lower back and hip area as well as other pain all over which gave two doctors the impression that I have fibromyalgia. I had a back injury from falling down steps at work and was originally told that I had a lower back sprain/strain and a contusion. However, the pain in the back area has done nothing but got worse and I have pain in my body... (2 replies)
... Can someone please tell me in terms that are easy to understand my condition. I have severe pain in my neck and upper back (spine). My doctor only said I have arthritis and bone spurs. The MRI seems like there is alot more said than that but I dont understand it and doctor was not very helpful... I will copy and paste my results below. Thanks Technique: The following MR... (2 replies)
... i am left handed also and have similiar problems ,also l5 pars defect < edited > cant believe thier is someone else out thier with the same problem now i know im not crazy. (0 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)
... c7 ther diffuse disk disk bulge with endplate and uncovertebral joint spurring. . ... (1 replies)
... c7 ther diffuse disk disk bulge with endplate and uncovertebral joint spurring. . ... (1 replies)
... C6 There is spurring of the right uncovertebral joint. ... (7 replies)
... There is moderate right, greater than left, uncovertebral joint hypertrophy, which contributes to moderate neural foraminal stenosis lilaterally. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Violaln "MRI of c-spine c3-c4 minimal disc bulge and bilaterial uncovertabral joint hypertrophy" C3-C4 disk is bulging, and you have an overgrowth of bone in your uncovertabral joint, which are small projections of bone called the uncinate processes that occur in the lower five cervical vertebra. "c4-c5 minimal dics bulge and bilateral unconvertabral joint... (7 replies)
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Sep 10, 2012
... When bone spurs form in confined areas adjacent to nerve roots or the spinal cord, nerve compression can occur. Bone spurs that develop at the uncovertebral joints can cause foraminal stenosis. Stenosis is narrowing of the foraminal canal or central canal and it can lead to nerve compression. ... (10 replies)

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