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... C6 with mild mass effect on the thecal sac. What does that mean? ... (4 replies)
... fyi i don't believe you have a "mass" what they mean is that the bulging is causing an effect on your thecal sac. That means it is pressing. ... (4 replies)
... Mild thecal sac compression due to small central disc protrusion. There is mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due to unconvertebral spurring. ... (4 replies)

... Hi, I am new to this site. I need assistance understanding the results of a CT cervical spine taken a week ago. I've been suffering excruciating pain in the neck and between shoulder blades for quite sometime. ... (2 replies)
... te spur complex, degenerative disc narrowing and facet arthopathy result in low grade foraminal stenosis bilaterally. The posterior disc spur complex effaced the thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... Mild thecal sac compression due to small central disc protrusion. There is mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due to unconvertebral spurring. ... (4 replies)
... wnhill. I have listed my diagnosis' under the diagnosis box on my profile so you can get a glimpse of the "just under 30" items on my list. And, recently I had a Cervical and Brain MRI ordered by a new Pain Management Dr that I have been seeing. ... (4 replies)
... level degenerative changes in the cervical and lumbar spine, as decribed below. ... (13 replies)
... Loss of Disc Hydration. Disc Buldge indents antirior thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... weighted images were performed through the cervical spine. ... (23 replies)
... Straightening of the cervical spine is seen with loss of normal lordosis. The cervical vertebral heights and alignment is preserved. Evidence of a haemangioma is seen in the posterior aspect of the C6 vertebral body. ... (2 replies)
... Sagital T1, T2, and STIR and axial T2 and T2 GRE sequences were aquired through the cervical spine. ... (1 replies)
... n your share of troubles, especially for someone so young. I'm really sorry about that. You finally found a good doc, though, that is, the one who sent you for a cervical MRI. ... (13 replies)
... The cervical curvature is within normal limits. ... (4 replies)
... I posted this initially on the "back" board ... but after reading some responses to other threads, realized that cervical issues should be posted on the "spinal cord disorders" board ... ... (4 replies)
... CAUSING INDENTATION OVER THE ANTERIOR THECAL SAC. ... (3 replies)
Cervical MRI help
Mar 17, 2012
... ative disorders". The neurologist also found hyperreflexia, two beats of clonus bilaterally, and strength testing slightly below normal. He ordered a MRI of my cervical spine which showed the following on a T1 and T2 weighted sequence in saagittal and transverse planes. ... (10 replies)
... through the cervical spine without intravenous gadolinium. ... (2 replies)
... of the sac but it is NOT touching the cord or indenting the cord at all. Nor is anything blocking the nerves to your body or making the spinal canal smaller. ... (4 replies)
... Please help me translate the following into "english". I am having problems with the cervical spine but need help to understand the MRI report. My primary internist referred me to a neurosurgeon and I'm not sure whether or not I should go. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cervical, cervical degeneration, cervical spine, cervical stenosis, disc bulge, disc degeneration, flattened cord, mri report interpretation, neck pain, neuropathy, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord injury, stenosis, surgery

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