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... caliber. No signal abnormality within the cervical cord. There is multi level degenerative disc disease. ... (27 replies)
MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... Brainstem and cervical cord demonstrate normal morphology and signal. However, there is mild indentation of the cord in the mid cervical spine from degenerative disc disease. ... (35 replies)
MRI from 2010
Feb 17, 2012
... C3 there is no significant disc bulge, protusion, herniation, central or foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)

Extreme Pain
Feb 2, 2006
... A Mild 2 mm broad based posterior disc bulge is present. ... (9 replies)
... intensity. There is no central canal or foraminal encroachment. ... (4 replies)
... S1 intervertebral disc is seen. The lumber vertebrae reveal no compression fracture or marrow replacement. The posterior elements are intact revealing no spondylolysis. ... (7 replies)
... Mild spinal canal and foraminal narrowing is suspected on this sequence. ... (0 replies)
... No significant disc bulge, canal stenosis or neural foraminal compromise. No significant uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (3 replies)
... Minimal disc bulge without spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Stable minimal disc bulge and endplate spondylosis. No significant spinal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
Need advice
Mar 24, 2012
... bilateral foraminal encroachment. ... (4 replies)
... small disc osteophyte complex. There is minimal effacement of the anterior subarahnoid space. ... (2 replies)
... There is no evidence of disc herniation, significant spinal canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Mild disc degeneration with minimal uncovertebral joint spurring on the right. The central canal and foramina are unremarkable. ... (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)
... C3 level demonstrates minimal bony ridging, and uncovertebral hhypertrophy, bilaterally. There is no significant spinal canal stenosis or foraminal encroachment. ... (1 replies)
... disc dessication with mild annular disc bulge is noted, producing a 2 mm compression on the anterior thecal sac. There is near effacement of the fluid interface between the disc bulge and the spinal cord. ... (8 replies)
... No protrusion. Mild right neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... there is a central posterior disc bulge and minimal protrusion, resulting in mild central canal stenosis, as well as bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. Each is accentuated by facet arthropathy as well as hypertrophy of ligamentum flavum. ... (9 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)




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