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i will post my mri report on my cervical spine to see if it would help i had the mri in june of 2012

PROCEDURE: MRI OF THE CERVICAL SPINE

COMPARISON: None.

INDICATIONS: Cervicalgia.

FINDINGS:

Sagittal T2, T1 inversion recovery and axial T2 images of the cervical
spine were obtained along with localizer images.

The examination reveals the craniocervical junction is unremarkable.
Medial aspect of the posterior fossa of the brain is normal in
appearance. Spinal cord is normal in course, caliber, and signal.
Vertebral bodies are normal in height and alignment. There is no edema.


Axial sections show C2-3 is unremarkable. C3-4 shows no
neurocompressive change. C4-5 shows right foraminal encroachment to a moderate degree due to spondylotic ridge and uncovertebral spur.

C5-6 shows a small central disc ridge complex which contacts the cord without compressing it.

C6-7 shows a small central disc protrusion with annular tear without nerve root compression.

C7-T1 is unremarkable. The portions of the brachioplexus that are visible are unremarkable.

CONCLUSION: No focal signal abnormality in the cord. Small discs are seen C5-6 centrally, C6-7 centrally, right uncovertebral spur at C5-6 also results in right foraminal encroachment to a mild degree. C4-5 also shows right uncovertebral spur with mild foraminal encroachment on the right.





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