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... There is central and cranial disc extrusion effacing the anterior CSF space producing mild spinal canal narrowing. Anterior osteophytes are noted. ... (4 replies)
... At each level, you have a nerve exiting the spinal cord on each side. ... (4 replies)
Oct 29, 2014
... S1 disc height with persistent Modic type 11 degeneration and severe foraminal narrowing and L5 nerve root compression. ... (2 replies)

... the things you noted about the herniations,well it certainly is not a minimal bulge if this is actually effacing the thecal sac. that sac is what actually surrounds the cord,so there has to be a more pronounced type of herniation. ... (10 replies)
... C5 C6 shows broad based central and left paracentral disc herniation contacting the ventral cord and the nerve root in the neural foramen. There is no central or lateral stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, I believe they can do neck surgery even though you have the thyroid nodules. I had a fusion of c6-c7 and also have a multinodular goiter. (2 replies)
... There is a small to moderate sized focal central disc protrusion which is slightly effacing the anterior thecal sac but not compressing or effecting the cord. I don't see foraminal narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... L4, there is mild disc desiccation with small annular disc bulges minimally narrowing the central canal and neural foramina without evidence of nerve root compression. ... (2 replies)
... and the foramen is encroaching upon that nerve root to some degree as well. all of this combined with what was on your original report just can cause pain and the other symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... disc bulge with a large central disc protrusion effacing the thecal sac and contacting the ventral spinal cord, contributing to mild central canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... C6, where radiologist notes severe left foraminal narrowing. not sure what the effacing language means..pushing on? ... (7 replies)
... C4 there is a residual disc osteophyte bulge and central protrusion that mildly deforms the spinal cord, partial effacing the cerebrospinal fluid around it. There is moderate to severe left and minimal right neural foramen narrowing due to uncovertebral and facet osteoarthritis. ... (4 replies)
... th moderate central canal stenosis andAP canal diameter of 7.5 mm along the mild sagittal plane. Moderate right neural foraminal narrowing effaces the exiting C6 nerve roots. Left neural foramen patent mild facet arthropathy evident. ... (3 replies)
... nerve root . ... (44 replies)
... C-5 C-6 level demonstrates posterior left paracentral disc herniation effacing the ventral CSF space with cord contact, flattening and encroaching on the exiting left C-6 nerve root. There is mild right foraminal narrowing secondary to uncinate process hypertrophy. Thanks to anyone who can interpret that. (11 replies)
... based disc bulge minimally effacing the thecal sac. ... (6 replies)
... is where your C3 nerve leaves the spinal cord and heads off to your left shoulder and arm. ... (4 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, disc-osteophyte complex, edema, foraminal stenosis, foraminotomy, mri help, pinched nerve, retrolisthesis

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