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... The cervical cord as well as cervicomedullary junction reveal no intra or extramedullary mass. No cord syrinx is present. ... (7 replies)
MRI Findings
Jul 31, 2006
... There is a mild generalized bulgding disc associated with mild uncovertebral joint spurring with the combination leading to very mild contact of the ventral cord without compression. Neuroforamina are patent. ... (2 replies)
... osteophyte complexes, please see segmental findings below for full discussion. Cord signal intensity is unremarkable without evidence myelopathic change. Visualized posterior fossa structures unremarkable. ... (19 replies)

... symptoms and not picked up on the signs of cord damage. ... (13 replies)
... paramedian disc spur complex causes mild anterior impression upon the cord and mild to moderate left foraminal stenosis. Central canal is lower normal caliber. Right foramen is patent. ... (3 replies)
... still, a flattening is a flattening. ... (10 replies)
... with some right anterior cord compression. ... (5 replies)
Mri cervical
Aug 23, 2014
... rtebral and marked left plus mild right facet joint degenerative arthropathy, the latter associated with effusions bilaterally. Moderate canal stenosis with mild cord flattening. Severe left and moderate to severe right foraminal narrowing with impingement at both exiting C4 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... Broad disc bulge and ligamentum flavum hypertrophy cause mild to moderate central stenosis with mild flattening of the spinal cord but no cord signal abnormality. Uncovertebral hypertrophy and facet arthropathy cause moderate to severe left and moderate right neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (3 replies)
... Cervical cord demonstrates normal bulk and signal intensity. ... (10 replies)
... ou've been through a lot, and I am so sorry about that. I cannot understand why your doctor would tell you that you need to deal with the fact that your disc is flattening your spinal cord? ... (2 replies)
... The cervical medullary junction is normal. There is no evident cord signal abnormality. ... (4 replies)
... Small right paracentral disc protrusion is noted with mild flattening of the ventral cord. ... (7 replies)
... slightly asymmetric to the left. There is mild flattening of the ventral aspect of the canal. ... (0 replies)
... slightly asymmetric to the left. There is mild flattening of the ventral aspect of the canal. ... (4 replies)
... Pain is usually fairly localized but can run in a band around the chest unless the spinal cord is impacted too. ... (5 replies)
Mri in english
Jan 29, 2016
... posterior element hypertrophic changes and disk osteophyte comexes , large central parcentral disk osteophytevcomex causing marked flattening of cervical cord , severe cane stenosis there is flattening of cord and cord signal changes likely basis of myelomalcia. ... (6 replies)
... Disk Osteophyte complex is seen. Broad based disc bulge is seen. There is probable mild flattening of the cord. The AP midline diameter of the thecal sac measures approximatly 8 mm. Probable mild to moderate central stenosis is seen. ... (2 replies)
... pt has a disc protrusion centrally w minimal impingement of spinal cord without significant cord flattening or compression. ... (2 replies)
MRI's ??
Jan 25, 2011
... I'm not a doctor but look up stenosis. That should help you understand a lot. Most people have painful back problems. It's good to look up all those words individually. Patients need to learn what each word means because doctors don't have the time it takes to explain each of these things. I spent hours looking up mine but it was worth it. Thank God for the Internet! (4 replies)


Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cord compression, flattened cord, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, thoracic, thoracic cord compression

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