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... I must say, that's a very odd report. An IDENTICAL MALFORMATION at two adjacent levels, but one biased to the RIGHT and the other to the LEFT? I have never seen anything like that. There are a couple of things I would want to know from the radiologist... 1) Is that REALLY what you meant to say? 2) When you say there is still CSF around the cord, does it go ALL THE WAY... (6 replies)
... mm. This slightly effaces the ventral aspect of the thecal sac and abuts the ventral surface of the cervical spinal cord causing mild central canal narrowing. Mild flattening of the cervical spinal cord is noted without associated cord edema or myomalacia. ... (15 replies)
MRI help
Sep 17, 2011
... When spurs grow into the foraminal openings, they can impinge upon the the peripheral nerves as they leave the spinal cord and head down to your shoulders and arms. This is a condition often known as "radiculopathy", meaning "a problem with the root". ... (17 replies)

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... Hello everyone, Several months ago I had a mild pain in the back of my neck that progressed to extremely painful, and began to shoot down my shoulder, arm, forearm, and hand. The tip of my index finger, the middle finger, and the thumb became numb. I was in so much pain I couldn't sleep, went to urgent care, got on steroids and painkillers -- didn't help -- went to GP... (14 replies)
... Your MRI showed that you had nerve impingement and the EMG confirmed that. But what is more important to the spine surgeon is the flattening of the cord and what symptoms that is producing. ... (9 replies)
... which translates from the Latin to 'white death.' That's where part of the spinal cord is just dead tissue. ... (3 replies)
Confused, in pain
Jan 24, 2019
... The radiologist report says "diffuse flattening of the ventral cord". ... (4 replies)
... spinal cord. No obvious cord edema. ... (0 replies)
... of the spinal cord without abnormal spinal cord signal. ... (1 replies)
... T10 pushing on and flattening your spinal cord "mildly" according to the report. ... (3 replies)
... Webdozer....I had the MRI on Jan.8. Now I am TERRFIED. See below & explain PLEASE!! I'm in tears...... FINDINGS: The patient appears to have undergone interval C5 corpectomy with interbody cage placement and C4-C6 anterior spinal fusion. There is mild reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. Non surgical level vertebral body and disc space heights are normal. Spinal... (5 replies)
... The spine is visualized from the posterior fossa through T2. The included posterior fossa structures and spinal cord are normal in signal intensity. There are no intradural masses. The left thyroid lobe is absent. There is reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. ... (3 replies)
... the cerebrospinal fluid from in front of the cord, and to slightly flatten the cord. The radiologist does not seem to be alarmed about this flattening of the cord, so I would guess that this is a situation that may not YET be symptomatic. ... (8 replies)
New MRI Results
Mar 19, 2013
... level, the foramina are patent but there is effacement of the anterior epidural space, flattening o the anterior cord, and compression of the dura due to the spur disc tissue. ... (0 replies)
... causing significant cord compression which is associated with flattening of the cord and T2 signal change within the cord. ... (1 replies)
... levels. At each of these levels, there is flattening of the cord. ... (13 replies)
... C4, a mild posterior central disc protrusion narrows the ventral subarachnoid space and flattens cervical spinal cord. No cord edema or hemorrhage is evident. There is mild narrowing of the central canal. Left neural foramen is slightly narrowed. ... (0 replies)
... C4, a mild posterior central disc protrusion narrows the ventral subarachnoid space and flattens cervical spinal cord. No cord edema or hemorrhage is evident. There is mild narrowing of the central canal. Left neural foramen is slightly narrowed. ... (3 replies)
... OK, now I see it... he said the CSF is still around the cord "dorsally", so by implication it is NOT around the cord ventrally, which makes sense, as the disk protrusion would have to push it away before it could flatten the cord. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, cervical spine pain, degenerative disc disease, mri results, neck pain

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