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... Demonstrates a Small Right Paracentral Disc Protrusion with Mild Flattening of the Thecal sac without evidence of cord compression or neural foraminal stenosis unchanged. ... (5 replies)
... there is a large posterior disc osteophyte bar which extends into the left c6 foramen and is likely to be causing nerve root impingement. it is also causing flattening of the anterior aspect of the left side of the cervical cord. ... (6 replies)
... there is a large posterior disc osteophyte bar which extends into the left c6 foramen and is likely to be causing nerve root impingement. it is also causing flattening of the anterior aspect of the left side of the cervical cord. ... (5 replies)

... n with an associated annual fussure, mild narrowing of the central canal in the midline.and mild to moderate narrowing of the left anterolateral recess with mild flattening of the left anterior aspect of the cord, mild to moderate foraminal narrowing on the left with mild encroachment on the exiting nerve root. ... (9 replies)
... ided focal disc heriation with disc material extending inferior along right dorsal margin of C6. This compresses the right ventral thecal sac and creates slight flattening along the right ventral cord. ... (25 replies)
... C5 that is flattening my spinal cord.I hope this can be of some benifit to you. And know you are not alone! Venting is healthy and, what better place to do it than here on HB! ... (4 replies)
Sep 30, 2011
... C5 flattening part of my spinal cord. Chronic pain has been with me for, 4 long years now. I did not care for the euphoric high from vicodins, percocets etc..... ... (4 replies)
... Also, I assume that the report does not anywhere mention flattening or compression of the cord? ... (6 replies)
... This isn't really an answer to your question, but I've had two episodes of SEVERE flattening on the spinal cord (50%), but never had a hint of a headache, and little or no neck pain. It's hard to see how problems down around C5-6 could be a DIRECT cause of headaches, especially of migraines. Do you have any left arm problems? Odd sensations, or loss of strength or... (2 replies)
Mri acdf
Aug 28, 2011
... gets "flattened", and what it will mean when that flattening gets even worse. ... (6 replies)
... hi,oohhh yes i want to try the collar !!! is it like just a foam collar??? ive had a quick look on ebay and they have some on there,if it sounds like your one ill get one and give it try (14 replies)
... C5 and, it is flattening my spinal cord partially. I have also purchased an inversion table and, invert at least once a day for 10 mins. This too has been of great benifit to me! ... (14 replies)
... hi all (title should read spondylotic) i would like some help understanding when surgical decompression and fusion should be done with my above stated condition i am symptomatic and have flattening of cord posteriorly and anteriorly with fine trace of CSF both posteiror and anterior advanced degeneration @C1-T1 most severe @C4-C8 would really like some help and... (10 replies)
... Great Response littlesizzy!!! Second opinions are always good. I as well was confused with the level 2/3, C3/4 not healing?? Would a surgeon do another surgery so soon? I always heard that you have to wait at least 6 months between surgeries or longer. Even though it is normal to have adjacent levels herniate a surgeon may not re-operate, I had C4-C7 done in 2009 and my last... (11 replies)
Is this serious?
Feb 23, 2011
... with indentation of the thecal sac and mild flattening of the spinal cord". ... (6 replies)
... Hello all, I had C4-C7 fusion with plate and screws in Feb/09 and still have issues with radiculopathy in both arms/hands, severe headaches and visual bulging in my scalene/scapular muscles and biceps, elbows and forearms throb constantly, I have had an MRI and bone scan and shows increased posterior disc herniation at C3/4 with indentation of the thecal sac and mild... (2 replies)
Balance issues
Jan 12, 2011
... moderate central and right paracentral disc herniation flattening the right hemi cord and extending to the right neural foramen with presumed mask effect upon the right C7 nerve root. ... (8 replies)
... sided neural foraminal narrowing is also seen at this level. No evidence of cord compression. ... (23 replies)
... This is flattening the right side of the cervical cord wich is deviated posteriorly. This is also causing severe compromise of the right lateral recess. There is a loss of normal lordosis at this level. ... (4 replies)
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Mar 13, 2010

Associated Tags: acdf, c5-c6 herniated disc, disk ridge complex, methadone/ sciatica, obliteration, severe spinal stenosis

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