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... 40yr old male 5-7 170 .tingling fingers. pain in elbow and subscapular right side all c2-3 right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy and some facet degeneration with mild right neural foraminal stenosis At C3-4 diffuse disc osteophyte complex right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy causing moderate right greater neural foraminal stenosis at C4-5... (1 replies)
... osteophyte complex and moderate right and mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild central spinal canal stenosis. There is moderate right and mild left foraminal stenosis. ... (14 replies)
... moderate right uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in moderate right foraminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)

... There is bilateral foraminal narrowing because of shorts pedicles and mild uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (33 replies)
... Mild bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (1 replies)
MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... Mild bilateral facet arthrosis. No protrusion or stenosis. ... (35 replies)
... Hello, and thank you for taking the time to read / respond to this question! i have been having multiple areas of pain which have been increasing in severity for the last few months. Eventually, the pain was so bad that even with Ambien, Klonopin, etc, I do not get more than a couple hours sleep a night. Primary sent me to a rheumatologist who said I have fibromyalgia. All... (1 replies)
... and uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (33 replies)
... c3 mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy. No sign. narrowing of the central canal or neural foramina. ... (3 replies)
... there is minimal bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy, right greater than left. ... (1 replies)
... It says, "Bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy causes moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing, left greater than the right. " In other words, it's caused by facet joint hypertrophy. ... (17 replies)
... After 3 years of stiffness and locking up on the left side of my neck and scapula, I got a cervical MRI. The worst levels appear to be C4-C7, which have 1) posterior disc osteophyte complex causing mild to moderate central canal stenosis and 2) bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy (i.e., enlarged facet joints in the neck) causing moderate left and mild right neural... (0 replies)
... uncovertebral and facet hypertrophy with bilateral neural foramina narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Mild bilateral uncovertebral joint spurring as well as moderate left and mild right facet hypertrophy results in mild to moderate left and mild right neural foraminal stenosis without spinal canal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... based disc protrusion with minimal endplate dengerative changes, mildly indenting on the dural sac with no spinal cord compromise. Bilateral neural foramina are patent. ... (10 replies)
... based disc bulge which partially effaces the ventral CSF space causing minimal central spinal canal stenosis. Mild bilateral facet hypertrophy. No foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... and moderate to severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... osteophyte complex effacing the ventral thecal sac without cord compression or central canal spinal stenosis. There is moderate bilateral neural foraminal stenosis due to bilateral uncovertebral spurring and facet hypertrophy. ... (10 replies)
... level shows mild bilateral uncinate process hypertrophy right frater than left. There is a mild facet degenerative changes left greater than right. Findings cause mild bilateral neuroforaminal stinosis. ... (8 replies)
... Mild diffuse posterior disc bulge is noted with small end plate and bilateral uncovertebral osteophytes indenting the thecal sac and mildly narrowing the bilateral neural foramina. ... (4 replies)

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