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... broad based disc protusion and osteophytic ridging and uncinate spurring with mass effect on the ventral thecal sac and near obliteration of the anterior CSF space. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks, I am not real fond of Chiro's either. Just thought I would ask. I am having problems with...well...constipation something that I have dealt with for a long time even when not taking a pain med. I also have a history of colon probs. Anyway this morning my belly was really bloated so I decided to get up and move around. Walking is something I would do a a... (11 replies)
MRI from 2010
Feb 17, 2012
... C3 there is no significant disc bulge, protusion, herniation, central or foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)

MRI report HELP!!!
Apr 12, 2012
... ons and 4 mm posterolaterally in the subarticular regions. Thecal sac effacement results in very mild central canal stenosis at this level. No significant neural foraminal encroachment is noted, however. ... (3 replies)
Mri results
Jul 20, 2007
... Jodi - Your MRI shows pretty significant degenerative (wear and tear) changes. The foramen are where the nerves leave the spine, go to the skin, muscles, etc. of the neck and arms. When the joints of the vertebrae, in your case the uncovertebral joints (or Luschka joints if you want to look it up) are hypertrophied (enlarged) the nerve can be pinched. Also the discs (pads... (1 replies)
Mri results
Jul 20, 2007
... posterior disc protusion that contacts the cord but does not flatten. ... (1 replies)
MRI results
Jan 14, 2016
... There is a right central disc protusion effacing the ventral thecal sac causing some minimal ventral cord flattening but no frank cord compression or intrinsic cord signal abnormality. ... (1 replies)
... disc space. There is no residual neural foraminal or central canal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... Is it possible the disc will heal at all? ... (4 replies)
... there is a right paracentral broadbased disc protusion. This resuls in minor flattening of the ventral surface of the right hemicord without the cord signal abnormality. ... (4 replies)
... you have a disc protrusion. This is commonly called a disc bulge. A disc protrusion occurs with the spinal disc and the associated ligaments remain in tact, but form a bulge that can press against the spinal nerves. ... (2 replies)
... minor posterior annular bulge and uncovertebral spurring with bilateral moderate foraminal stenosis and suspicion of indentation of the exiting c6 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... but the admission that the nerve roots could be affected tells us that another radiologist MIGHT have rated the foraminal problem as "severe". ... (8 replies)
... d stragihtening off cervical cord , subcentimeter hemangioma involvign T1 veterbral body was seen. modic degnerative changes in lower cervical verterbral bodies. disc dessication at mid lower cervical levles. ... (1 replies)
... based posterior disc protusion. In addition mild effacement of the anterior aspect of the thecal sac, but no significant foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... showed no blockages in lower extremeties so he recommended getting an MRI thinking he might have a herniated disc. His cardiologist also said he might be having disc issues but also said he would not ok him to have surgery due to his weakened heart. His primary Dr. ... (1 replies)
Mri analysis
Jun 21, 2012
... S1. Disc desiccation is seen throughout the rest of the lumbar spine. Mild anterolistesis lf L4 with respect to L5 is noted without pars interarticularis defect. ... (56 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 17, 2008
... hing upon the right sided foramina. There is also mild impingement upon the right anterolateral margin of the cord at this level. Mild posterior bulding of the disc margin is evident. ... (3 replies)
Acdf c-6-7
Feb 7, 2012
... which compresses the cord ,increased signal in the cord suggests associated myelopathy , prominent bilateral unconvertibral spurs are seen ith severe bilateral foraminal narrowing . ... (10 replies)
... lying cerebellar tonsils,without evidence of tonsillar ectopia. 3mm left paracentral foraminal protusion with an associated annual fussure, mild narrowing of the central canal in the midline. ... (9 replies)

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