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... together with slight narrowing of the left lateral recess at this level. ... (0 replies)
... are arthritic as well. The hand symptoms may be coming fro the neck or could be separate. With your type of work, carpal tunnel syndrome might be causing the hand symptoms. ... (22 replies)
... large right neural foraminal narrowing at this level. ... (4 replies)

... C6 Disc osteophyte along with paracentral disc protrusion. Unconvertebral joint hypertrophy and facet arthropathy causing moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing and effacement of the thecal sac without central canal stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... ulting in severe central canal stenosis. In axial plane this apears tio have slightly. However no definate change is identified in sagittal plane. Moderate right foraminal stenosis is present. ... (1 replies)
... Seeking some help understanding the cervical MRI lingo and thoughts on new symptoms with my arms. ... (9 replies)
Foraminal stenosis
Aug 26, 2013
... This could cause pain in the neck, and a variety of symptoms running from the shoulders down to the thumbs. That is, everything along the C6 nerve. ... (6 replies)
New symptoms
Aug 21, 2018
... No significant exit foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... ge indents the thecal sac without touching the spinal cord. Right greater than left uncovertebral joint and left facet hypertrophy contribute to bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... It largely depends on your symptoms as well. Moderate and even severe foraminal narrowing may not cause any. Often, according to my surgeons, they will only target areas that are causing symptoms. ... (2 replies)
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... Unfortunately, there are multiple possible causes for your symptoms, and maybe even multiple actual causes. Cervical cord impingement, cervical foraminal impingement, lumbar problems, elbow or wrist nerve entrapment. Hopefully, nerve conduction tests will give you a better idea. ... (22 replies)
... Check out this link for symptoms due to C6 foraminal narrowing... ... (14 replies)
... side when walking before the surgery. Do these symptoms resonate with anyone? ... (0 replies)
... moderately severe, foraminal narrowing and cord flattening, osteoarthritis. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the feedback. Since my post I have just finished the 3 day Prednisilone oral course which has helped alleviate some of the pain. However, now for the first time I am getting tingling sensations in my left thumb and index finger which I never had before. Does this mean more of the disk herniation problems are starting to "surface" in the different C levels? ... (6 replies)
... side symptoms to be worse. ... (6 replies)
... Probably a good thing to be diagnosed with CTS. That, at least, is something you should be able to do something about. On the other hand, I doubt that any docs will consider that your hand/finger symptoms might have a spinal origin until you get the CTS cleared up (which is all the more reason to do something about it asap). (22 replies)
... as pain. Flexaril at night helps I think. At least it helps me fall asleep.Burning hands wake me up in early AM but this could be a different Dx. since I have no symptoms in arms. ... (22 replies)
... OK... now I see the MRI. Doesn't seem too bad, although when one radiologist says "moderate" (as yours does, regarding foraminal narrowing), another might say "severe". I still think it's entirely possible that your left shoulder/arm/hand problems come from your C6 and C7 foramina. The face is another issue, unfortunately.... (8 replies)


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