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Spinal cyst/syrinx
Sep 21, 2004
... I posted here a while back about a cyst in my spine. They originaly found it back in April, then the doctor ordered a second MRI which I had in June. It's located at C7-T1. My doctor spent no time discussing it with me because he was quitting his practise just before sending me for the last MRI. So, I had the second MRI in June and have had no doctor to explain it to me. ... (3 replies)
... I posted to you on another post exactly like this one. Naomi, if they stated there was SYRINX, then it will not be a herniated disc.....different disorder. The Syrinx is a cyst in/on the spinal cord. It can come from the following origins: Trauma (even from 10 years ago) Tumors (cancer or non cancer) Ideopathic (unknown) Congenital (there since birth but never caused... (5 replies)
... S1 the pain was unexplained. Well the thoracic MRI revealed a Syrinx 1.2 cm in my C6. Had to have MRI of cervical region done to find out more about the Syrinx. ... (0 replies)

... This can very much be from a bad case of whiplash! I am not trained very well in all this terminology....however, I know that myelomalacia is to do with the blood vessel structure in supprt to the spinal cord (the vessels that feed into and from the cord). Sometimes, certain diseases compromise the structure such as lupus, or diseases of the aorta. Sometimes complicated... (4 replies)
... n without any enhancement and I wonder if this is a developmental lesion such as a neuroenteric cyst or possibly a small intramedullary epidermoid cyst....A tiny focal syrinx would be a consideration but usually a syrinx is seen over a longer length of the spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... T1. This is unlikely to represent a malignant process, and would be consistent with a tiny focal syrinx or a focus of myelomalacia. Again, clinical correlation, specifically if any history of trauma in this area would be helpful. ... (4 replies)
MRI from 2010
Feb 17, 2012
... At the C6 level there is focal T2 hyperintensity centrally within the cord compatible with a possible small syrinx versus focal myelomalacia. there is no other abnormal signal or enhancement within the cord or intradural extra medullary. there is no abnormal marrow signal present. ... (0 replies)
... The cervical cord as well as cervicomedullary junction reveal no intra or extramedullary mass. No cord syrinx is present. ... (7 replies)
... A long standing myelopathy with a focal atrophy of part of the thoracic cord, probably a small syrinx or perhaps a dilated central canal. ... (2 replies)
... T8 mild disc desiccation with an annular disc bulge is seen. No focal disc herniation, cord compression or foraminal encroachment is noted. ... (7 replies)
... The spinal cord and visualized posterior fossa contents are normal. No obvious spinal cord lesions, cord expansion, or syrinx cavity. The craniocervical junction is normal. ... (11 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)
MRI report HELP!!!
Apr 12, 2012
... IMPRESSION: 1. Multilevel degenerative cervical spondylosis as detailed above, most significant at the C5-6 level. 2. Tiny cervical cord hydrosyrinx at the C6 vertebral level, best demonstrated on axial sequences. Although no focal cord expansion or intrinsic signal alteration is otherwise demonstrated proximal or distal to this small syrinx, it would nonetheless be... (3 replies)
... severe focal central canal narrowing, loss of CSF space, ventral cord compression. Slight superior subligamentous extension of disk herniation. ... (34 replies)
... on from approximately C3 through C6 without significant edema. No syrinx. The cervical vertebral bodies are normally aligned without fracture loss of height or focal lesions. Prevertebral soft tissues and posteriror elements are unremarkable. ... (6 replies)
MRI report
Oct 20, 2005
... T1 level demonstrates a dehydrated disk but no focal protrusion. The thecal sac is widely patent. Neuroforamina demonstrate only mild narrowing from facet hypertrophy. ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical, herniated disc, hypertrophy, mri report interpretation, spine, stenosis, syrinx

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