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... Hi feel bad. Thanks for the reply. I am posting two different MRIs that I have had done in 2009. To me, they are different. ... (4 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)
... I have a very interesting experience to share regarding the correct viewpoint, I think, that an MRI is only a part of the picture or package that determines treatment options. ... (9 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)
... Had new MRI this week and findings are about the same. ... (6 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)
... root carries sensory impulses to the brain. The ventral and dorsal roots fuse together to form a spinal nerve, and it travels down the spinal canal alongside the cord, until it reaches its exit hole called the foramen at the various spinal levels that goes on to our body parts. ... (4 replies)
... do you actually have your very own copy of your MRI report that you could just type out what was in the very end in that summary? ... (4 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. But anyway, does anyone out there have a guess about my future? ... (9 replies)
... Hello All, I am new here. I had a Thoracic injury several years back. Due to the severity of the injury they referred me to the local University as no Ortho doctor would touch it. ... (7 replies)
MRI's ??
Jan 25, 2011
... t 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)
MRI's ??
Sep 21, 2010
... There is exaggerated lumbar lordosis. Approximately 3mm of L5 on S1 retrolisthesis is present. ... (4 replies)
... levels due to an accentuated cervical lordosis in that region and slight retrolisthesis of C5 on C6. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. I was wondering if someone can explain what my results mean in normal terms. I strained my neck about a year ago and went through a month of PT and got better. ... (1 replies)
... MIld Disk osteophyte complex is seen. MIld BUlge is present. There is mild effacement of the thecal sac anteriorly. probabable mild central stenosis is seen. The midline AP diameter of the thecal sac is approximately 1cm. probable moderate neural foraminal narrowing is seen on the right. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I'm a newbie and would like to know anyone's opinion on my full spinal MRI, specifically MYELOMALACIA. I am familiar with most of the findings, I just wanted other opinions. Considering changing my neurosurgeon, I feel he isn't telling me everything. ... (8 replies)
... There is flattening of the cord on all of these levels. No definitive focal disc herniation is seen. ... (7 replies)
... first of all, thank you ALL for your super supportive responses to what was a truly upsetting situation. i am still vacillating between being furious with the NS and being terrified he is right. this board has proven to be such a comfort to me during my prior lurking and now active posting. ... (8 replies)
... He starts out by saying that you have congenitally short pedicles, which are sort of "spacer" bones in your spinal structure. ... (2 replies)
... Does this sound like surgery is the only way to relief? ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic pain, cord compression, neck, pain management, pain medications, thoracic, thoracic cord compression

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