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... Hi all, I am a 45-year-old female who was diagnosed last year with spinal stenosis and spondylosis without myelopathy and will soon be returning to the out of state clinic that diagnosed me for a recommended follow up mri. Because of additional spine problems found by local doctors since my diagnosis last year, I would like some suggestions regarding what questions I... (8 replies)
... Mild spondylitic bulging annulus broadly eccentric toward the left with focal left foraminal and far lateral annular tear, mild facet hypertrophic changes, and mild left foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... compression deformities or focal bone marrow lesion. ... (4 replies)

... There is minor diffuse disk bulging. This minimally effaces the ventral aspect of the spinal cord. There is no frank central canal stenosis. There is no focal disk herniation. There is no visible nerve root impingement. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, My MRI lab sent me the online copy and I am not seeing my doctor before wednesday and I am flipping out with theories of what I have so I wanted to know exactly what I have and not google random theories. These are the lab comments: I have attached a photo of what I think is a relevant MRI, if you need more let me know. http://imgur.com/7naq87g (0 replies)
... study. Given this finding, this probably representative of motion artifact limiting imagine of the spinal cord itself. On axial imaging, there is no focal abnormality noted within the cord at that level. There is normal alignment with slight straightening of normal cervical lordosis. ... (4 replies)
... t C6 level there is a 1.2 cm in length, T2 hyperintense lesion which does not demonstrate enhancement. This lesion is situated within the central canal such as a focal syrinx. The clinical significance of this small syrinx is uncertain. ... (0 replies)
... No pain No surgery imho you can work on your weakness Try this Heat & Ice 6 times a day Get some Capsaicin Cream use twice a day (8 replies)
... level degenerative disk disease superimposed upon what appears to be congenitally narrowed spinal canal. No focal cord is abnormality is demonstrated. No cerebellar tonsillar herniation. No prevertebreal soft tissue swelling is demonstrated. ... (8 replies)
... level degenerative disk disease superimposed upon what appears to be congenitally narrowed spinal canal. No focal cord is abnormality is demonstrated. No cerebellar tonsillar herniation. No prevertebreal soft tissue swelling is demonstrated. ... (0 replies)
... disc spaces are narrowed. Marrow signal is normal. No focal bone lesion or marrow edema is noted. ... (4 replies)
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Nov 4, 2007
... Desiccated with disc height loss. Slight retrolisthesis. Sterile type 1 endplate change. Subligamentous soft disc protrusion with annular tear centrally and to the left. ... (1 replies)
... Anterior subluxation of L5 on S1 with unroofing of the disc margin. Moderate diffuse disc bulge is present with more focal left lateral disc protrusion narrowing the proximal foramina bilaterally left much greater than right. ... (2 replies)
... Dessication, annular tear with a diffuse bulge without focal protusion. stenosis with flattening of the thecal sac, and mild narrowing of lateral recesses bilat. ... (2 replies)
... protrusion which likely compresses the exiting L4 nerve root and also appears to contain a tiny annular tear. The remaining disc spaces are normal. ... (0 replies)
... is there a heal to our sickness? i have the same symptoms and have been diagnosed with bilateral sacroilitis and the pain is sometimes very severe to the point where i cant move out of bed or walk for weeks. God help us!!!!! (6 replies)
... is there a heal to our sickness? i have been diagnosed with bilateral sacroilitis. i have the same symptoms and the pain is sometimes very severe to the point where i cant move out of bed or walk for weeks. God help us!!!!! (6 replies)
... Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal or the foramen between the vertebra that have the nerve roots run through. It is bad and your do NOT have it in the C2-C4 levels which is the upper levels of your neck. You have 7 vertebra that make up the cervical spine in your neck. C1-C7. The parts talking about spurs are osteophytes. They are calcium deposits that begin to... (7 replies)
... compatable with partial annular tear. This disk bulge does indent the central thecal sac slightly. Facets are mildly hypertrophic at this level. ... (6 replies)
... central to right foraminal disc extrusion with annular tear causing mild thecal sac indentation,narrowing of right neural foramen and abutting right exiting nerve root. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf, back pain, c5-c6 herniated disc, cervical, cervical degeneration, cervical disc, cervical disks neck, disk degeneration, herniated disc, hypertrophy, mri report interpretation, osteophyte, syrinx, weak arms

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