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... K back .....worried might lose the entire post.....lol forgot what im up too.......so much........ so then back to neurosurgeon and he says acdf @ C4-5 my Query was , what about C5-6 but first he wants me to go back to neurologist to check out neuro stuff , as in neuro diseases to rule out (17 replies)
... mages were obtained. Degenerative disc disease is present from C4 to C7. Disc spaces are narrowed. Osteophytes are present. There is encroachment upon neural foramina bilaterally. There is no fracture or subluxation. ... (0 replies)
... mages were obtained. Degenerative disc disease is present from C4 to C7. Disc spaces are narrowed. Osteophytes are present. There is encroachment upon neural foramina bilaterally. There is no fracture or subluxation. ... (4 replies)

... mild uncovertebral spurring and diffuse disc bulge cause mild narrowing of the canal and moderate narrowing of the neural foramina bilaterally. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Guys, I'd be interested in hearing anything you might find out as well...while doing my research that was the one thing I had trouble finding much about...mine said... C4-C5...there is a posterior osteophytic bar which effaces the ventral thecal sac...stenosis of the neural foramina bilaterally I don't know if "bar" is the same as "ridging" though ... (11 replies)
... No canal stenosis. Neural foramina patent. ... (2 replies)
... C6 neural foramen bilaterally. Partial neuroforaminal narrowing bilaterally at this level, greater on right side. Potential mild irritation or impingement of exiting right C6 nerve root. ... (29 replies)
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Feb 2, 2006
... is present, and the neural foramina are patent. ... (9 replies)
... There is disc space narrowing along with disc desiccation and anterior spur formation. Inferior foraminal narrowing bilaterally secondary to lateral disc bulges. ... (2 replies)
... Impression Ct Scan Cervical Spine A predominately midline, broad based, posterior disc protrusion/herniation is noted at C3-4 and degenerative posterior disc-osteophyte/complexes are noted at C4-5 and C5-6 in the midline and greater to the left of midline, resulting in segmental stenosis of the canal and impingement of the adjacent spinal cord at these levels. There are... (1 replies)
... Impression Ct Scan Cervical Spine A predominately midline, broad based, posterior disc protrusion/herniation is noted at C3-4 and degenerative posterior disc-osteophyte/complexes are noted at C4-5 and C5-6 in the midline and greater to the left of midline, resulting in segmental stenosis of the canal and impingement of the adjacent spinal cord at these levels. There are... (0 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. and a tear at T11, I also have a herniated disc at C6-c7, I believe., I think Ive had the... (3 replies)
... reased signal in the posterior annulus which could be due to a small tear. These findings do cause mild canal stenosis and foraminal recess narrowing. The neural foramina themselves show minimal narrowing without affecting the exiting nerves. The spinal nerve roots are normal. ... (3 replies)
... and seen indenting the thecal sac, in midline and also narrowing the foramina bilaterally. Degenerative changes of the L5 and respectively S1 vertebral bodies end plates are noted. ... (1 replies)
... ic circumferential 1mm disc bulge indents the anterior thecal sac. No evidence for compressive discopathy. The disc material encroaches the floor of the neural foramina bilaterally without evidence for exiting nerve root impingement. ... (2 replies)
... You need to see a different orthopedic surgeon. (7 replies)
... I am so happy to have found this thread! Early in September, I started having a pain in my neck, radiating into my shoulder and arm. I went to see an orthopedic specialist who gave me a steroid shot in the shoulder, although the x-ray of the shoulder showed nothing wrong. It seemed that the shot helped for a week or so and then the pain was back, and slowly kept getting worse... (7 replies)
... there is fairly severe impingement on neural foramina bilaterally at C67 secondary to these osteophytes. ... (22 replies)
... small posterior osteophytes slight reduce AP dimensions and slight narrow of the associated intervertebral foramina bilaterally. ... (6 replies)
... small posterior osteophytes slight reduce AP dimensions and slight narrow of the associated intervertebral foramina bilaterally. ... (6 replies)


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