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... d bilateral facet degenerative changes. This causes moderate to severe central canal stenosis. I do not see evidence of obvious abnromal signal within the spinal cord authough imaging is limited secondary to the patient's size. There is bilateral facet degenerative changes and mild uncovertebbral joint hypertrophy. ... (8 replies)
... herniation effacing CSF space without cord contact. ... (44 replies)
... I had an MRI last week which showed a broad based disc bulge at C5 C6 that is flattening my spinal cord, with moderate central canal stenosis. The report also said suggestive of chronic myelomalacia. ... (0 replies)

... On the cord part of your question abutment and deformity. Abutment means up against, and the deformity is the mild flattening of your spinal cord that they call out. When do you go to the specialist? ... (13 replies)
MRI results
Jan 29, 2010
... it will be bright on those series. The fluid will be the light part and the cord darker down the middle. ... (7 replies)
... With my last cervial MRI indicating a mild flattening of the ventral cord, I think I'm going to look for an Ortho that is a spine specialist and see what happens. ... (5 replies)
... C6. A large broad based central disc herniation is also noted at this level effacing the ventral thecal sac flattening the ventral aspect of the spinal cord contributing to mild central stenosis. There is also a left lateral recess foraminal component which severely compromises the left foramina. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Aug 4, 2009
... shallow paracentral disc protrusion to the left with mild flattening of the cord but no significant canal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
C5-6 Question
Apr 8, 2009
... severe spinal stenosis. There is flattening of the anterior aspect of the spinal cord. The spinal cord signal is normal. ... (9 replies)
... cervical with mild flattening of the right anterolateral aspect of the thecal sac with minimal countour deformity of the spinal cord as well. I'm quite concerned with the increased signal though. Does anyone have any info. on this. I am 40 years old and basically very healthy. ... (1 replies)
... C7 there is moderate disc complex of broad nature msg 3mm. There is mild flattening of the thecal sac no pressure on cord. ... (8 replies)
... with retrolisthesis. There is a disc bulge and spur with central focality. There is moderate to severe central canal stenosis with mild flattening of the cord. ... (3 replies)
... I am better, not well. Some of my symptoms surely relate to the whole cord problem, some I just can't quite figure, nor can my docs. ... (46 replies)
... mylegram based on my NS findings and notes. When the films were quit obvious. Looking at them any idiot can see the spinal cord looking like a flattend heart. ... (4 replies)
... sc protrosuion and additonal small bilateral subforaminal disc buldges. There is mass effect with displacement on the left ventral aspect of the cervical spinal cord and narrowing of the central canal. Intraforaminal extension of disc results in severe right greater than left foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... tingle and feel numb. I am almost one month post op ACDF. I had cord compression too. My tingling waxes and wanes and I have it almost everywhere, no kidding. I am hopeful in time some of it will calm down. ... (23 replies)
... Anyway, I understand where you're coming from. It took a year to get a firm diagnosis that the disc is flattening my cord and causing all of this crazy stuff. It didn't help that last spring an MRI showed the disc as, months of tests.. ... (4 replies)
... and flattening of the spinal cord and myelopathy, which in turn caused my legs to start giving out. ... (12 replies)
... as injured at the cervical, thoracic and lumbar level in 1998. I've had 4 cervical surgeries on the thoracic or lumbar. I have a good bit of flattening of the cord at the thoracic level and damage at the cervical level...Seems the pain comes in waves and it sure is hard to explain when you go to the Doctor! ... (18 replies)
... m scheduled to see the psychologist next week and try the bio feedback stuff and whatever else the team of doctors think will help. Come to find out that spinal cord compression that is bad enough to cause symptoms can also cause the brain to remember those symptoms thus we continue to have them for however long or forever. ... (6 replies)

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