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... tells me surgery is my only options that he has to remove the ruptured disk or they will eventually paralyze me from my neck down. ... (4 replies)
... C7. I had xrays and MRI for the diagnosis. Basically the report was multilevel cervical degeneration, one herniated disk, one bulging disk, a coule levels of nerve compression. ... (2 replies)
... FWIW, I think it's pretty likely that the bulging disk is pressing on your C6 nerve and causing the neck pain and arm symptoms. One giveaway might be if you have right thumb symptoms. ... (3 replies)

... sided pain, shoulder complaints but the MRI was diagnostically worse on the right side with the bulging disk. ... (11 replies)
... The hump is a hump in my spine but the DRs seem to completely ignore it saying that they have no idea what it is. I have a bulging disk at the top of the hump, the fusion is in the middle and I am not sure where the hump ends. ... (6 replies)
... I had stenosis from a bone spur and had ACDF of C5-C6, I had numbness in my face, mouth and even my tounge! Just to be safe though, I had an MRA of my neck to look at the carotid arteries to make sure it wasn't being caused by carotid disection.. MRA of the head probaly wouldn't hurt either if you really wanted to be cautious, but I didn't have that one done... but just in... (4 replies)
Nodal mass
Oct 11, 2001
... an mri showed a 9cm nodal mass beside the thoraic spinal area....which i am having back pain for the last two years and cannot find out why...the drs seem to think that bulging disk c6 & c7, ddd through cervical, and mild arthritis is not culprit. but what about this mass....the nueurosurgeon ordered a ct that did not show up this nodal mass and could not quite... (0 replies)
... The disk between the C6 and C7 vertebrae is bulging backward, more so on the right side. He doesn't say HOW BIG the bulge is, though, which is a CRITICAL piece of information. ... (5 replies)
... level consisting of endplate irregularity and degenerative bone morrow signal alteration with concomitant moderate disk space narrowing. The remaining cervical spine internal disk signal and intervertebral disk spacing is normal. ... (11 replies)
... OK, so you have a bulging disk between your C5 and C6 vertebrae. ... (8 replies)
... Degenerative spondylotic change with symmetrical bulging disc and concomitant congenital cervical stenosis causes moderate spinal canal narrowing. ... (3 replies)
... C7 disk is degenerated. ... (32 replies)
... through which the C5 nerve passes on its way down into the shoulder and arm does not seem to have been significantly narrowed by the bulging disk. ... (1 replies)
... There is mild disk desiccation with posterior disk bulge and endplate sondylosis. There is mild central spinal canal effacement with AP diameter of 11mm. ... (6 replies)
... disk is bulging backward into the spinal canal. ... (3 replies)
... There is a small broad disk bulge producing mild central stenosis. ... (33 replies)
... am of what areas are innervated by those nerves. The big question though, is if the problem is due to an impingement on the cord itself, or an impingement on the C6 and C7 nerves after they leave the cord and are passing through the foramina. ... (4 replies)
... spills out. Most disk problems are not herniations, but rather "bulges", where the disk bulges out but does not break. ... (7 replies)
... Hi there, I am scheduled to see a spinal surgeon on Dec. 19th. When I had a discogram a few weeks ago, they were able to reproduce (provoke) my pain at C5-6, and C6-7. I then went to get a CT scan immediately afterwards, and it showed arthritis with spurring (spondylosis) at C4-5, C5-6, and C6-7. My 3 previous MRIs on the neck showed bulges and spurring also at all these 3... (5 replies)
C5 c6 Questions
Jun 29, 2012
... disk. The disk itself may also be bulging out, which the radiologist does not specify. These are growing backward into the spinal canal. "Effaced", in this context, means "pushed away". ... (4 replies)


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