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... I have recently had a MRI see below and Focal myelomalacia showed up. Looking at the definition of Myelomalacia I am worried. Should I be? ... (1 replies)
... There is no focal disc herniation. ... (5 replies)
... Disc osteophyte complex with focal left paracentral disc protrusion which results in focal stenosis of the spinal canal on the left but maintained cord calibler and shape without abnormal signal. There is minimal right and left neural foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)

... l post a copy of my recent CT and MRI reports in hopes that someone can advise me in the right direction as Ive been told that I should get a laminoplasty for my stenosis though I have heard that I should get a ACDF as well .... I also had a neuro surgeon tell me 5 years ago that I need nothing. ... (3 replies)
... There is focal hypointense T1 and T2 signal involving the C6 vertebral body, which may represent an atypical hemangioma. ... (20 replies)
... Moderate canal stenosis with relative effacement of the arachnoid space and mild flattening of the cervical cord. ... (9 replies)
... My MRI from 2 months ago remains unchanged from 2 and 3 years ago. Suergons have said my neck discomfort is likely unrelated to the stenosis from my MRI and don't think surgery would help, and each neurosurgeon and ortheropedic suergon has suggested against surgery. ... (2 replies)
Focal myelomalacia
Jan 31, 2017
... I just got my results from an MRI- which stated I had mild to moderate degenerative disc disease- most pronounced in C5-C6 where there is moderate neural foraminal stenosis on the right, moderate central canal stenosis, and focal myelomalacia- I have 2 middle fingers on the left hand that are tingling constantly. I always have lower back pain and I have a sciatic nerve that... (1 replies)
... Hi. I'm waiting to see a neurosurgeon and wanted some help understanding my MRI report. Any help would be appreciated. These are the findings: March 18, 2009 MRI of cervical spine Routine cervical spine MRI was performed on a 3.0 Tesla unit. Findings: Anatomic alignment. Ventral body heights are well preserved. No evidence for cord expansion, syrinx, or... (24 replies)
Focal Myelomalacia
Oct 27, 2014
... Hello All, My first post here ever. I need advice on my condition, as it seems the more I google or search it, the more concerned I get. Back in 1986 I had suffered a concussion and whiplash. Through out the years I have progressively gotten more pain, with more numbness and such, 1st MRI 2008 shows all disc's in my cervical spine herniated. Got a steroid injection for... (3 replies)
... that are causing stenosis in the central canal, as well as other issues that probably need to be investigated further. ... (1 replies)
... C6 where this is a right sided disc and osteophyte with unconvertebral spurring, focal effacement of the anterior subarachnoid space and significant right foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... I am at my wits end. I have been living through some of the hardest days of my life and am being told there is nothing that can be done. My family doctor is spearheading a request to Lahey Clinic in Boston. I would love to hear peoples thoughts. I am missing work (am able to work @ home) and this is now impacting my status at work. They are a great company and will work... (2 replies)
... 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. ... (8 replies)
... C5 a partial interbody fusion is noted. No focal disc herniation or canal stenosis is present. Mild narrowing of the right neuroforamen is seen. ... (7 replies)
... No focal protrusion. ... (8 replies)
... This 'overall findings' statement shows that the canal stenosis noted at each level is not due to degenerative disease, but to a congenital issue - GOOD NEWS: you should not expect it to worsen ANY TIME SOON, as long as you stay healthy and practice perfect posture... BAD NEWS: the symptoms will not go away, since it's congenital, and not an inflammatory process, and... (10 replies)
... There is no disc bulge or herniation. No central canal or foraminal stenosis is present. ... (10 replies)
... C4 stenosis with resultant myelopathy. ... (5 replies)
... Mild endplate DJD. Mild facet disease. No prominent focal HNP or disc bulge. No significant canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (11 replies)

Associated Tags: arm weakness, cervical, cervical stenosis, laminoplasty, mri report interpretation, myelomalacia, neck ache, neck cracking, neck pain, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spine, stenosis

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