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... It does not appear that you have spinal cord involvement yet, but there is loss of diameter of the spinal canal, which contains the cord and the spinal fluid. When anything pushes into the spinal canal or impacts it, there is a risk of nerve compression. ... (2 replies)
... tebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. The facet joints appear normally aligned. The cervical cord is normal in caliber and appearance. The posterior fossa contents appear normal. The prevertebral soft tissues appear normal. ... (16 replies)
... C6 Posterior disc osteophyte complex. Mild to moderate spinal canal stenosis. ... (12 replies)

... Other than my spinal problems I have Fibromyalgia which also adds to my fatigue. I already had this written up. sorry for the long explanation. ... (0 replies)
So. Frustrated.
Jul 28, 2012
... Well, I'd say that's a pretty good educated guess? sounds logical to me! thank you so so so much. I've been really struggling with symptoms, is this all in my head or ? Oh wait, it IS kinda all in my head, but anyway...thank you for breaking that down for me and for the validation. I appreciate it more than you know. ;) (6 replies)
So. Frustrated.
Jul 28, 2012
... The ventral sac is composed of the thecal membrane, running down your spinal canal, with spinal fluid inside that, then the spinal cord inside the fluid. ... (6 replies)
... the CSF space posteriorly to suggest cord impingement. ... (5 replies)
... I am 10 years out from a spinal cord injury. ... (2 replies)
... Does anyone know exactly what Spinal Lithiasis? ... (2 replies)
... in the bony cage of the spine through which the peripheral nerve leaves the spinal cord and heads off to the neck, shoulder and arm. ... (23 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)
MRI's ??
Sep 21, 2010
... present through these regions. No fractures or subluxations are demonstrated. Vertabral body heights are maintained. The cervical medullary junction and cervical spinal cord have normal parenchymal signal characteristics. ... (4 replies)
... based right posterolateral hernation superimposed on a minimal posterior annular bulge. Hernation contacts and very slightly flattens the right ventrolateral aspect of the spinal cord. A good volume of CSF remains present dorsal to the cord at this disc level. ... (29 replies)
... Hi All, I'm a 45 year old woman who had a C4/5 ACDF in November 2006. While I had some initial relief in my neck pain after that surgery, it was short lived. Scarcely 12 weeks later my symptoms began to return. My neurosurgeon was a jerk and refused to listen to me when I told him I was having problems again. I finally turned to another spine surgeon in Nov/Dec of 2007 for... (3 replies)
... mm. This slightly effaces the ventral aspect of the thecal sac and abuts the ventral surface of the cervical spinal cord causing mild central canal narrowing. Mild flattening of the cervical spinal cord is noted without associated cord edema or myomalacia. ... (15 replies)
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... I had large disc abnormality obliterating the foramen and compressing and rotating the spinal cord. ... (14 replies)
Mri help??
Aug 12, 2015
... Anyway to cut a long story short I am still recovering and still suffering very bad with chronic back pain and am very limited in anything I do. I did not get a spinal fusion at the time as my back was in too bad of a condition. I was discharged from my orthopaedic Dr in April 2015. ... (1 replies)
... based right posterolateral herniation superimposed on a minimal posterior annular bulge. The herniation contacts and very slightly flattens the right ventrolateral aspect of the spinal cord. ... (1 replies)
... left foraminal disc herniation. This disc herniation effaces the ventral fluid column and flattens the left ventral aspect of the spinal cord. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, mri help, mri results, neck pain, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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