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... osis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. The facet joints appear normally aligned. The cervical cord is normal in caliber and appearance. The posterior fossa contents appear normal. ... (16 replies)
... osis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. The facet joints appear normally aligned. The cervical cord is normal in caliber and appearance. The posterior fossa contents appear normal. ... (0 replies)
Surgical consult
Jul 25, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (10 replies)

Mri
Mar 8, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... sided foraminal stenosis due to zygapophyseal hypertrophy primarily. The AP diameter is 7.1 mm but the cord does not appear to be significantly impacted. ... (23 replies)
... osteophyte complex and moderate right and mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild central spinal canal stenosis. There is moderate right and mild left foraminal stenosis. ... (14 replies)
... A disc bulge indents the thecal sac without touching the spinal cord. Right greater than left uncovertebral joint and left facet hypertrophy contribute to bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (14 replies)
... C3 with mild facet hypertrophy and arthrosis. ... (13 replies)
... No disc herniation or stenosis. There is mild facet degeneration. ... (10 replies)
... hi again when i had my procedure done yesterday i asked the nurse about sclerosis and she said its a kind of artheritis ( MISPL ) hope that helps alittle. soldierswife (5 replies)
... Hi Grama: I just saw your long post. Please go to back board here. It doesn't matter if you get mad, that is part of this awefull process you are going through. We understand. Please post in Back Prob. forum and give it a week. We aren't doctors. We are all patients and we care about you. I guarantee you will find someone who has similar experiences/mri reports on Back... (5 replies)
... There is degenerative change along the interior endplate of L2. There are small foci of increased T1 and T2 weighted signal intensity in the T12 and L1 vertabral bodies. ... (5 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (4 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (14 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (12 replies)
... disc seen in association with mild facet hypertrophy. The disc extends toward the inferior recesses of the exit foramina bilaterally but without direct neural compression. ... (18 replies)
... C4 Central canal is patent. Uncinate process hypertrophy change results in moderate bilateral neurofotaminal narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... Significant encroachment upon right NF related to uncovertable joint and facet hypertrophy, with foramen markedly narrowed. Mild spondylitic stenosis. ... (4 replies)


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