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... Welcome to the board. Usually we think of the cervical spine causing problems in the arms, hands, neck and shoulders, and lumbar spinal issues causing problems in legs and feet. ... (1 replies)
... about spinal disorders, but I could sure use some help if there's anyone who can offer me some. ... (1 replies)
... I am convinced this is the source of his problems now. He had some problems last year but not much showed up on his MRI. ... (2 replies)

... een experiencing numbness and tingling in arms. Everything on different websites that I've read regarding OPLL doesn't look encouraging. I'll be 50 in a couple of months, and see that this is about the age it starts affecting people. Anyone out there have a similar MRI at about the same age? ... (8 replies)
... Thank you NP! It is in my cervical. C5-6. Would this be what is causing my shoulders to ache and electrical shocks in my fingers? (4 replies)
... ith bilateral uncinate process hypertrophy and bilateral facet degenerative changes. This causes moderate to severe central canal stenosis. I do not see evidence of obvious abnromal signal within the spinal cord authough imaging is limited secondary to the patient's size. ... (8 replies)
... osteophyte complex with gross compression and flattening of the spinal cord and some neural foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... and it was a success. They let him go home on the same day of the surgery cause they felt there was no need for him to stay overnight. ... (3 replies)
... There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral body alignment and stature are normal. ... (3 replies)
... There is moderate to severe central canal stenosis with mild flattening of the cord. I am concerned about the part that says there is severe canal stenosis with mild flattening of the cord. ... (9 replies)
... C6 there is a 4mm posterior extrusion of disc material which extends 4mm inferiorly behind the C6 vertebral body. It causes severe spinal stenosis. ... (24 replies)
... c6 there is a 4mm posterior extrusion of disc material which extends 4mm inferiorly behind the c6 verterbral body. It causes severe spinal stenosis. ... (13 replies)
... This is going to be a little lengthy. I appologize. I also posted this on the spinal cord problems board but only two answers. I had an MRI without contrast on my cervical because of my left arm aching and my left hand going numb. Here's the results. ... (29 replies)
... Spine MRI. He said my gait was abnormal and called it Ataxia. I walk with my feet kind of far apart and wide. ... (12 replies)
... without any mention of disk bulges. In most cases, protruding or even herniated disks cause or at least contribute to canal stenosis. Your radiologist says nothing about them. ... (20 replies)
... it is amazing to me that in almost of these post I see where patients have been shuffled from Doctor to Doctor especially women. The lady with the flattening of the cord to the point spinal fluid flow was impeded could have easily suffered permanent spinal cord damage. ... (18 replies)
... Would appreciate assistance to understand in English. I think below report is just degenerative in nature, but I don't understand a lot of the terminology. ... (6 replies)
... hypertrophy are present. Cervical lordosis is maintained. ... (1 replies)
... I'm not a dr but have learned a bunch about cervical MRI lingo since I've been suffering for years with troubles of my own and I like to understand what's happening. ... (3 replies)
... Routine cervical spine MRI was performed on a 3.0 Tesla unit. ... (24 replies)


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

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