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... If the nerve is mild then why is it so painful. It is my c6-c7 and my shoulder hurts so bad and my hand. I would hate to have moderate or several nerve compression. Is it common for mild neuro formamina nerve problems to cause so much pain. I have had back problems for a while but my lower back was severe. My neck seems minor but is really hurting the same intensity... (0 replies)
... Here are results for my 3 most recent MRI's: Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar: I've had back and neck pain for years. Every MRI I have gotten over the years I have had to beg a doctor to order for me. I've had lumbar and cervical studies in the past that have shown degenerative changes, osteophytes, and severe cervical stenosis that resulted in a C4-5 ACDF in Nov 2006. I... (0 replies)
... C6 to get a diagram of what areas are innervated by those nerves. The big question though, is if the problem is due to an impingement on the cord itself, or an impingement on the C6 and C7 nerves after they leave the cord and are passing through the foramina. ... (4 replies)

Cervical MRI
Oct 26, 2012
... There is no cord impingement. There is no neural foramina stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the response. I had MRI's done of the cervical and lumbar spine. Before I quote the MRI reports; let me just fill you in on the fact that I've been thru spine surgery before. In the cervical area I had surgery for stenosis then another surgery for "kyphosis" which was a 2 part surgery for a total of 12 hours. Posteriorly they put Harrington Rods in from C3... (10 replies)
... retrolisthesis along with disc osteophyte complex with thecal sac impingement without significant change since December 23, 2016. Stable mild neural foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... the thecal sac and neural foramina pare patent. ... (1 replies)
... protrusion complex with mild impingement on the ventral thecal sac. The neural foramina are widely patent. ... (22 replies)
Extreme Pain
Feb 2, 2006
... is present, and the neural foramina are patent. ... (9 replies)
... There is no focal disc herniation. The synovial articulating facet joints are mildly hypertrophic, but the foramina are patent, and the nerve roots exit in a normal manner. ... (0 replies)
... In addition, the facet joints are showing signs of arthritic change and are enlarging which is causing a narrowing of the foramina at this level. ... (3 replies)
... t no cord signal abnormality. Uncovertebral hypertrophy and facet arthropathy cause moderate to severe left and moderate right neuroforaminal narrowing. Possible impingement on the exiting left greater than right C6 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... Hello all, I posted VERY EARLY this morning and made no sense, No wonder I didnt get a reply, lol I'm sorry im just so weak in my arms and in so much pain needing answers. I was wondering if someone could please help me understand the severity of these results and maybe if your educated in this area it would be wonderful if you could explain it to me PRETTY PLEASE:):):) God... (5 replies)
... I had this done last year and was told there is nothing wrong with me but now that My arms are so weak and numb that I can not do anything for myself anymore I'm being told that I need a neuro surg. iV BASICALLY JUST GIVEN UP WITH dRS UNTIL i couldnt lift my hands anymore, so I was admitted to the hospital a couple days ago and told I need to make an appt asap with a... (1 replies)
... severe central stenosis with impingement and subtle focus of cord signal abnormality, edema versus early myelomalacia. ... (4 replies)
... Smokey - The 2012 MRI does not seem a whole lot worse than the 2008. I think that many surgeons would have operated back in 2008, actually, at least to do something about the apparent impingement of the left C6 nerve, which would have caused symptoms (tingling, numbness, weakness, pain) from the shoulder down to the thumb. some terms... REVERSAL OF LORDOSIS - Lordosis... (4 replies)
... a bony growth alongside a vertebra that connects it with the vertebrae above. Osteophytes here can impinge on the foramina and the associated nerve roots. ... (20 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 17, 2008
... there is a focal protusion posterolaterally on the left producing significant encroachment upon the left sided foramina and impingement upon the left anterolateral margin of the cord as well. ... (3 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)
... C5 formamen and raises concern for mild impingement of the exiting right C5 nerve root. ... (29 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical stenosis, disc bulge, hypertrophy, l4-l5, myelomalacia, nerve impingement, osteoarthritis

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