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... Thanks yes I have done web search, my symptoms come from different locations and are getting worse so it is hard to pin down, not one to self diaganos, but hoping someone has run into simular problems, Docs so far have different opinions so conflicts there also, new tests to go through hoping something is found but sick of the pain and my life being upside down. sometimes you... (13 replies)
... Have you tried doing a web search for something like "symptoms cervical disks" or maybe "symptoms bulging disks neck". That kind of thing? ... (13 replies)
... minimal. Your MRI doesnt mention anything about arthritis that I could see, so you may get a lot of help from it. Arthritis can mean anything from bone spurs to facet joint issues. ... (11 replies)

... through which the C5 nerve passes on its way down into the shoulder and arm does not seem to have been significantly narrowed by the bulging disk. ... (1 replies)
... Is there such a thing as disc replacement? ... (9 replies)
... Fusion at right facet joint... Doc asked about that surgery, WHAT surgery was my reply, because I've never had any... what does this mean? ... (0 replies)
... S1 Disc bulging with facet degenerative changes, with mild left foraminal encroachment. ... (5 replies)
... e the thecal sac and mild flattening the ventral cord without underlying cord signal abnormality. Asymmetric left greater than right uncovertebral arthopathy and facet joint hypertrophy cause moderate left and mild right neuroforaminal encroachment on the exiting C4 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... e the thecal sac and mild flattening the ventral cord without underlying cord signal abnormality. Asymmetric left greater than right uncovertebral arthopathy and facet joint hypertrophy cause moderate left and mild right neuroforaminal encroachment on the exiting C4 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... S1 and some other degenerations and disc bulges at the others levels. ... (6 replies)
... Mild disc degeneration with minimal uncovertebral joint spurring on the right. The central canal and foramina are unremarkable. ... (0 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)
... L3,there is no disc herniation,canal or formainal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... osteophyte, 1.6 mm. Minimal uncovertebral joint degenerative changes. Prominent anterior osteophyte with endplate changes and bone loss, superior endplate C5, anteriorly. ... (5 replies)
... osteophyte, 1.6 mm. Minimal uncovertebral joint degenerative changes. Prominent anterior osteophyte with endplate changes and bone loss, superior endplate C5, anteriorly. ... (0 replies)
... no significant disc bulging, neural foraminal narrowing or central canal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... S1 level and probably facet joint degeneration here. ... (8 replies)
... based disc protrusion with minimal endplate dengerative changes, mildly indenting on the dural sac with no spinal cord compromise. Bilateral neural foramina are patent. ... (10 replies)
... Obviously I cannot tell what is going on with your shoulder, but I can offer you the following possibility. We can assume that with bulging discs and bone spurs, you have some degenerative disc disease going on at the cervical spine level. ... (4 replies)


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