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Test results
Jul 2, 2006
... Minimal vertebral body posterior element fat at t1 vertebral body. Cord signal intensity is intact, No adnormal marrow or disc signal intensity or cord signal intensity on fluid sensitive sequence. ... (4 replies)
Cervical disc mri
Oct 12, 2016
... where there was previous cord flattening and it has become more flattened. There is an extruding disc, meaning the disc material is coming out of the disc, causing the disc space to narrow. ... (4 replies)
... C7 you also have a disk protrusion flattening the spinal cord. Any time something impacts the cord enough to flatten it, significant symptoms can occur. ... (2 replies)

... The C5 and C6 vertebrae. The C6 nerve leaves the cord at this level and goes down to your thumbs. ... (2 replies)
... based disk osteophyte complex. The thecal sac is narrowed to 4 mm in AP dimension with abnormal cord signal suggesting myelomalacia. ... (19 replies)
... o affecting the spinal CORD. Note that the cord is cushioned within the canal by cerebrospinal fluid, so you have some leeway for the canal to be narrowed but the cord to remain unaffected. ... (2 replies)
... through which your nerves leave the spinal cord and head down your arm. ... (5 replies)
... The cervical cord has a normal caliber. There are no areas of abnormal cord signal. No Masses or fluid collections are seen in the spinal canal or paravertebral soft tissues. The craniocervical junction is unremarkable. ... (20 replies)
... mm SI contacting and flattening the left ventrolateral surface of the cord with mild central canal narrowing. ... (9 replies)
... C5 due to residual endplate osteophytes. Remaining cervical spinal cord is normal in size and signal without intradural extra medullary lesion. There is no cerebellar tonsillar ectopia. ... (10 replies)
... After over 10 years of neck pain, headaches, arm and leg numbness and weakness, I finally convinced my primary care doctor to order an MRI of my cervical spine. Here are the findings on the report: "Impression: C4-5: Mild diffuse posterior osteophytic ridge/disc bulge mildly indenting ventral thecal sac. No spinal canal stenosis. Neural foramen are patent. C5-6: ... (1 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)
... Mild straightening of the normal lordosis. Marked levoscoliosis with tilt of the head to the right. Normal cord signal. ... (1 replies)
... There is a central disc extrusion measuring up to 6mm nteroposteriorly x 8mm craniocaudally x 8mm transversely indenting the anterior aspect of the spinal cord with near complete effacement of the CSF surrounding the spinal cord at the level of the disc. ... (5 replies)
... anges present at several levels with Schmorl's nodes. The cervical discs are desiccated with variable degrees of mild to moderate loss of height. Cervical spinal cord is of normal caliber and signal. ... (6 replies)
... I saw the surgeon in May. He took a history, made an exam, especially neurological signs and ordered an MRI. He told me pre MRI I had myelopathy and that my cord was compressed but the MRI would confirm. ... (3 replies)
... ging osteophyte and hypertrophic change to the uncovertebral joint with severe left foraminal stenosis. There is minimal central canal stenosis with only minimal flattening of the left ventral aspect of the cord. ... (4 replies)
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Associated Tags: back pain, c5-c6 herniated disc, cervical stenosis, mri, myelomalacia, scoliosis

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