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... which translates from the Latin to 'white death.' That's where part of the spinal cord is just dead tissue. ... (3 replies)
... The neurosurgeon that I'm seeing is supposed to be one of the best in the area and involved in some of the research and development of spinal procedures and even appliances. So I feel pretty good about his capabilities but still wonder if I should get a 2nd opinion. ... (24 replies)
... wasn't far behind. I started then to look at all my options and tried traction etc. After 6 weeks the pain had gone in my left arm and the strength had come back. ... (5 replies)

... The C5 and C6 vertebrae. The C6 nerve leaves the cord at this level and goes down to your thumbs. ... (2 replies)
... I am at my wits end. I have been living through some of the hardest days of my life and am being told there is nothing that can be done. ... (2 replies)
... C6, which are new since 6 March 2003. Hardware is intact in standard position. There is good incorporation of the bone graft. ... (10 replies)
... At that time I had had a SCS implant and the wreck had disloged it from the spine so I had to have it out. My right arm was hurting right away at the wreck, but they thought I just hurt it in the wreck. ... (2 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (0 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (3 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (5 replies)
... is narrowing the spinal canal a little. ... (10 replies)
... So here is the bottom line with your neck and lumbar spine. You have 2 areas where the spinal nerves are being compressed but both are "ranked" as being "mild". ... (9 replies)
... image 6 of 19 T2 stacked 8 mm. ... (5 replies)
... is not significant in the pain you are having. What is of significance is that you have 2 herniated disks in your neck that both herniated backwards towards your spinal cord and are lightly touching it. ... (4 replies)
Cervical disc mri
Oct 12, 2016
... Most of the stenosis issues indicate that the foramina as mentioned above are almost completely blocked, making it difficult for the affected spinal nerves to exist and remain healthy...but apparently none of this is any worse than when the previous MRI was performed. ... (4 replies)
... h a few spells of outright vertigo. Also my neck, upper back, and left shoulder have been hurting, mildly to moderately. The neck pain has been the worst pain. At times the pain in my shoulder went into my armpit and down my arm. ... (0 replies)
... with cord flattening and subtle findings of intrinsic cord signal abnormality and myelomalacia. ... (10 replies)
... and flatten out the cord a little. ... (2 replies)
... First some anatomy and word interpretation. Your spine actually starts at C1 but the neck is considered C3 to C7. ... (3 replies)
... bone spurs hitting your spinal cord and the other is the compression of the spinal nerves in your neck. It is the compression of the spinal nerves that causes all the pain...compression of your cord may not hurt at all but can cause other problems such as muscle dysfunction and numbness. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, mri help, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spine, stenosis

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