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... Thank you for your reply I am posting the report I look forward to knowing what it means. Findings: Cervical Vertebrae are normal in height alignment and signal intensity There is no bone destruction or fracture. The disk spaces are preserved. C2-3 Normal C3-4 Normal C4-5 Mild diffuse posterior bulging of the disk is seen. The neural foramina are normal C5-6 Mild... (5 replies)
... C4 has marked narrowing and dessication of the disc with moderately severe disc bulging and compromise of the canal and foramina. ... (47 replies)
... Mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 by 3 mm. Alignment otherwise preserved. ... (3 replies)

... Three views of the cervical spine were obtained. There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. There is approximate 3mm of anterolisthesis of C4 on C5 and 3 mm of anterolisthesis of C7 on T1. Vertebral body heights are normal. ... (16 replies)
... C4 Anterior fusion due to a disk issue as well as some neural issues. At the time the MRI said about this level "There is moderate to severe left foramen narrowing due to uncovertebral and facet osteoarthritis. ... (4 replies)
... There is a minimal diffuse disc bulging with endplate degenerative changes, mildly indenting on the dural sac with no spinal cord compromise. The left neural foramen is mildly and the right neural foramen is moderately narrowed by uncovertebral joints hypertrophy. ... (10 replies)
... Dextro convex scoliosis of the cervical spine with a segmentation abnormality of the C5 vertebral body. There is suggestion of fusion of the right posterior elements. No acute fracture is identified. ... (7 replies)
... I readed webDozers remark about his recovery from Laminoplasty but will like more comments. I had a C/T MIR and my Orthopedics surgeon sent me to a neurosurgeon for 2nd opinion and consultation after receiving the results below. The neurosurgeon reports the following symptoms; (22 replies)
... C2-3: Normal height with decreased hydration. AP dimension of central canal measures 10.9 mm. C3-4: AP dimension of central canal measures 11mm. C4-5: Small posterior lateral lulges and tiny central disc protrusion but no stenosis, nerve root or spinal compromise. AP dimension of central canal measures 11mm. C5-6: Disc: Disc desiccation with mildly reduced height. 1.5mm... (1 replies)
... disc is desiccated with a slight bulge. There is a superimposed large right posterolateral disc protrusion . This effaces much of the lateral recess and proximal foramen compressing the transiting right C6 nerve root. Left foramen is widely patent. ... (9 replies)
... No significant compromise of the neural foramen or thecal sac. The spinal canal is slightly narrowed secondary to the alignment. ... (3 replies)
... The nerve roots travel through the foramen to reach the rest of your body. There are two foramen between each pair of vertebrae, one on each side. The foramen can narrow from bone spurs or ridges growing inside that little tunnel, or by disc material pushing into the area. ... (9 replies)
... on the right side. There is severe compromise of the right lateral recess and the right lateral neural foramen. ... (0 replies)
... or osseous fusion mass contribute to moderate left foraminal stenosis. Spinal canal and right neural foramen are widely patent. ... (5 replies)
... to the left of midline with partial compromise of the neural foramen. ... (8 replies)
... Mild disc bulging and facet arthropathy. There is no central or foramen stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... side of the cervical spinal cord. Signal change within the cord is in keeping with myelomalacia. The c5 nerve routes do noy appear to be compromised in the intervertebral formina. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Everyone! I had a cervical fusion involving C4/C5, C5/C6, and C6/C7 done in October of 2006. All went well for a few months after that. It has been nothing but pain since then. I have had MRI's done every 6 months since. My neurologist said I have alot of scar tissue causing the pain. The scar tissue started showing up on my MRI done 3 months post op. I have had... (1 replies)
... Hello, I am a 47 year old male with no previous health issues until 3 years ago when I herniated a cervical disc with left sided arm pain, tingling and numbness. I had an MRI that showed congenital cervical canal stenosis as well as the herniated disc. Three university neurosurgeons (California) said not to operate and undergo PT. Traction relieved my symptoms and I... (5 replies)
... overall narrowing of the canal and lateral recesses as well as foraminal narrowing, greater on the left that may well encroach on the left C6 nerve. There is no compromise of the C6 nerve in the foramen. ... (7 replies)

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