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... I forgot exactly what it said but it was something like flattening of the thecal sac or something like that. anyone know. ... (1 replies)
... If the nerve is mild then why is it so painful. It is my c6-c7 and my shoulder hurts so bad and my hand. I would hate to have moderate or several nerve compression. Is it common for mild neuro formamina nerve problems to cause so much pain. I have had back problems for a while but my lower back was severe. My neck seems minor but is really hurting the same intensity... (0 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. ... (2 replies)

... There is circumferential disc bulging and osteophyte causing ventral flattening of the tecal sac and narrowing the foramen bilaterally and bilateral facet arthropathy. The left nerve root sleeve is shortened a bit. ... (3 replies)
... isc height. There is a diffuse disc bulge with left greater than the right unconvertebral osteophytes and left posterior endplate osteophytes. AP diameter of the thecal sac measures 8.5mm in the midline with mild left ventral cord flattening. There is mild left foraminal narrowing. No right foraminal stenosis. ... (23 replies)
... encroachment. Animal ventral thecal sac flattening. ... (0 replies)
... the thecal sac. The thecal sac is the tube that holds the spinal cord and spinal fluid. ... (2 replies)
... diameter. The outside of the canal is the thecal sac. Inside the sac is spinal fluid. "Floating" within that spinal fluid is the spinal cord. The fluid serves both to nourish the cord and to provide a buffer. ... (13 replies)
... protrusion with subtle flattening of the thecal sac and cord. ... (2 replies)
... mm bulge slightly flattens the thecal sac. No central or foraminal stenosis is seen. ... (1 replies)
... There is facet arthritis, particularly on the right, with severe right foraminal narrowing and moderatly severe left foraminal narrowing with mild flattening of the anterior aspect of the thecal sac without significant central stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... minimal flattening of the thecal sac. ... (2 replies)
... cord abutment, cord displacement, cord flattening or cord signal abnormality. ... (19 replies)
... there is bulging with flattening of the ventral thecal sac. There is no central or foraminal compromise. ... (4 replies)
... :angel: I would greatly appreciate it . Thank you so much, this is for lumbar spine and cervical. Mainly cervical problems. It is for my mother and we are considering the possibility of surgery :( , which of course will take many doctors opinions and research though. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF THE LUMBAR SPINE: clinical indication: severe pain, disc bulge ... (10 replies)
... of the thecal sac. ... (8 replies)
... of the thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... minimal posterior disc bulge, resulting in mild indentation of the thecal sac, but no significant compression of the spinal cord. ... (13 replies)
So. Frustrated.
Jul 28, 2012
... based disc protrusion which effaces the ventral thecal sac and results in moderately severe canal stenosis. Uncovertebral hypertrophy causes mild to moderate right foraminal narrowing. The left foramen is patent. ... (6 replies)
... based annular budge with mild flattening of the ventral thecal sac. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cervical, disc bulge, facet arthropathy, flattened cord, foraminal stenosis, neck pain, osteophyte, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, stenosis, surgery, thecal sac

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