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... level is indenting the thecal sac. No significant root indentation or foraminal compromise. ... (2 replies)
... volving the superior endplate of C7. The T1 and T2 vertebral bodies are of adequate height and signal. There is slight reversal of the cervical lordosis centered at the C6 level, without significant anterior subluxation or scoliosis. ... (12 replies)
... dealing with neuropathy from my knees down for the past two years. Last year this time I had two MRIs done, one of my head, the other of my lower back. This year at roughly the same point of time I had another round of MRIs done, one of my cervical spine and again of my lower back. ... (1 replies)

MRI Results
Jan 29, 2009
... Tiny central herniated disc protrusion. ... (5 replies)
... and wanted to see NS again...of course had to go through proper channels and see PCP first...he ordered steroids and a STAT Mri....I am a nurse so I'm at either an advantage or disadvantage in thinking too much about this! ... (2 replies)
... Years ago, I finally went to a Neurologist at my Primary Doctors request. I had a good bit of pain, but I am able to tolerate more pain then the usual person. He ordered the first MRI. ... (13 replies)
... volving the superior endplate of C7. The T1 and T2 vertebral bodies are of adequate height and signal. There is slight reversal of the cervical lordosis centered at the C6 level, without significant anterior subluxation or scoliosis. ... (7 replies)
... level demonstrates a mild disc bulge and moderate facet degenerative changes but without canal or foraminal narrowing. ... (9 replies)
Neck issues
Mar 21, 2015
... learn my fate. previously i'd been offered acdf at 2 levels, something i would prefer to avoid. i'm seeing a new doctor now. ... (8 replies)
... I am new to the board and would like some input on my MRI results.I have an appointment at Physical medicine tomorrow. ... (8 replies)
... or cord flattening. Mild to moderate bilateral foramlnal narrowing due to uncovertebral osteophytes. This contacts but does not displace nor compress the exiting C5 nerve root. ... (6 replies)
... there are no signal abnormalities identified to suggest a demyelinating process such as MS, myelitis, myelomalacia or a cervical cord syrinx at any level. There is slight prominence of the central canal of the spinal cord... The cervicomedullary junction is normal. ... (10 replies)
... I posted another thread and explain that I have 4 bad cervical disc with a bunch of pain. ... (14 replies)
... y and I had to wait to be seen about my neck, I was seen in January of this year, and was given a nerve root injection in March of this year, that was no benefit at all. ... (23 replies)
Pain
May 14, 2015
... moderate multilevel DDD with small disc complexes. ... (6 replies)
... also had the full lung function test at the hospital , not like the lesser one they can do....... ... (17 replies)
... t have enough energy to do anything for at least 3 days or more and will need naps during those days. ... (16 replies)
... t have enough energy to do anything for at least 3 days or more and will need naps during those days. While sitting forward, I get a very bad pain just under my left ribcage. ... (0 replies)
Need advice
Mar 24, 2012
... bilateral foraminal encroachment. ... (4 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. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: central stenosis, ddd, degenerative disc disease, foraminal stenosis, mri help, osteoarthritis, paracentral disc protrusion, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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