It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Spinal Cord Disorders Board Index
Pages: 1 ... 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ... 22Showing 281 - 300 of 445 for flattening cord. (0.005 seconds)


... cervical spine surgery. The radiology report doesn't provide enough information to suggest what treatment you might need. It would depend on the extent of the cord flattening and whether there is cord compression. ... (5 replies)
... But if those other discs have now reached the level of severe central canal stenosis... surgery is needed. I know people who had spinal cord flattening with no symptoms until they started tripping all over themselves that they got an MRI and then when straight to surgery. I don't want to wait to that... ... (1 replies)
... may contact with the spinal cord. The spinal cord returns normal signal. Close clinical correlation and referral to the specialist is advised. The spinal canal is copious and no stenosis is present. ... (4 replies)

Mri cervical
Sep 1, 2014
... Where specifically do you have pain? Is it only in your neck or down into your shoulders and arms? Osteoporosis could explain the severity of degeneration along your spine, although nearly everyone has some degeneration by your age. Any place you see nerve root impingement it means that something is pressing on that nerve which can cause pain, tingling, weakness and... (3 replies)
... C6. Mild loss of disc height, mild circumferential disc osteophytebcomplex most prominent at the right posterior lateral corner. Flattening of the cord ventrally and goths eit. Near effacement of the CSF mantle with AP diameter 7.8 mm, moderate spinal stenosis. moderate to severe right forminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
Frustrated!
Jun 24, 2013
... I went to my GP today to meet with her regarding my recent visit to the neurosurgeon. I posted my MRI results in another thread, but the short story is that I have congenital stenosis and herniated discs at C3-C4 and C4-C5 which are flattening my spinal cord and myelomalacia from C3-C6. There is also some minor bulging at C5-C6 that is not effecting my cord, but they claim... (9 replies)
... Hello, Newbie here, so a quick synopsis.... Around the end of March I experienced bad muscle aching in my right neck/shoulder region. For years I have been prone to muscle issues in my neck/shoulder regions and have found that certain weight exercises (shrugs, flys) keep things at bay. So like an idiot I actually increased my workouts hoping to nix the problem, but was... (8 replies)
... spinal cord is normal. ... (8 replies)
... there is a broad based posterior disc osteophyte ridge and bilateral neuroccentric joint osteophyte formation causing flattening of the ventral theca and moderate bilateral C5 foraminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
Neck pain
Nov 23, 2012
... Hard to tell what to make of that. He calls the disk bulges "small to moderate" and "moderate", yet they are pushing the cord backward and even flattening it at one level. ... (7 replies)
... C6 level. This is causing flattening in the right ventral cord. ... (13 replies)
... If you had flattening of the cord...it means you have herniations that are pushing into the spinal cord. ... (7 replies)
... normal spinal canal, so that anything bulging backward into it is more likely to affect the spinal cord because there's less "leeway" in the canal. ... (7 replies)
... ft with permanent nerve damage because it wasn't caught soon enough but that is another story. My cervical surgery needed to be done because I had severe spinal cord compression in 4 levels, was experiencing numbness and tingling in both hands, pain in shoulders, arms and neck with headaches every day for about three weeks. ... (12 replies)
... mild posterior disc bulge, resulting in mild indentation of the thecal sac, but no significant compression of the spinal cord or neuroforaminal stenosis. ... (13 replies)
... C5 A small spondylotic ridge is identified at this level with minimal effacement of the anterior thecal sac without cord abutment. ... (6 replies)
... of the spinal cord. No mention of any flattening or indentation of the cord, though. Doesn't seem to be a current problem, but may well develop into one. ... (4 replies)
... L5. The thecal sac is a thick ligament type covering the goes around the spinal cord up above the L1 level and covers the nerves that bundle together to form the cauda equina below this level where the spinal cord ends. ... (4 replies)
... with minor flattening of the cord. No evidence of cord signal abnormality. ... (4 replies)
... t disc herniation on the left. It measures 7mm in AP diameter. Probable nerve root contact with the left 7 root. Moderate to severe foraminal narrowing. Mild flattening of the ventral aspect of the cord. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical disc, cervical fusion, cervical myelopathy, chronic pain, cord compression, extrusion, neck, pain management, pain medications, recovery period

Pages: 1 ... 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ... 22

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:14 PM.





© 2022 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!