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... There is minimal posterior extension of disc annulus. Joints are intact. There is no central or foraminal narrowing. ... (27 replies)
... There is a posterior disc marginal osteophytes complex, greater on the left. The central spinal canal is patent. There is mild facet hypertrophy, greater on the left. ... (16 replies)
... Mild diffuse posterior disc bulge is noted with small end plate and bilateral uncovertebral osteophytes indenting the thecal sac and mildly narrowing the bilateral neural foramina. ... (4 replies)

... Mild spinal canal and foraminal narrowing is suspected on this sequence. ... (0 replies)
... displace the descending S1 nerve roots within the lateral recesses. ... (10 replies)
... Please, I need some input, do not understand all of the terminology.. C Spine as follows: 1.. There are degenerative disc changes at C4-5, C5-6 and C6-C7 2.Neural foraminal stenosis C3-4,C4-5 and C5-6 due to uncovertabral osteophytes 6 views of the cervical spine were performed.There is a 2mm retrolisthesis of C5 and C6. Endplate osteophytes are noted C4-5, C5-6 and... (1 replies)
... THERE IS SLIGHT RETROLISTHESIS OF L5 ON S1 . ... (5 replies)
... of the thecal sac anteriorly. probabable mild central stenosis is seen. The midline AP diameter of the thecal sac is approximately 1cm. probable moderate neural foraminal narrowing is seen on the right. No definate neural foraminal narrowing is seen on the left. ... (2 replies)
... disc complex causes effacement of the thecal sac resulting in mild acquried central canal stenosis. There's moderately severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due primarily to uncovertebral osteophytes. ... (4 replies)
... disc complex causes effacement of the thecal sac resulting in mild acquried central canal stenosis. There's moderately severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due primarily to uncovertebral osteophytes. ... (14 replies)
... disc complex causes effacement of the thecal sac resulting in mild acquried central canal stenosis. There's moderately severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due primarily to uncovertebral osteophytes. ... (14 replies)
... disc complex causes effacement of the thecal sac resulting in mild acquried central canal stenosis. There's moderately severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing due primarily to uncovertebral osteophytes. ... (12 replies)
... contributing to a mild degree of aquired central stenosis. no significant foraminal encroachment is identified. ... (18 replies)
... There is a posterior disc marginal osteophytes complex, greater on the left. The central spinal canal is patent. There is mild facet hypertrophy, greater on the left. ... (0 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. The conus is at T12 without abnormal signal at the distal cord. ... (56 replies)
... very minor bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... mm anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 likely due to bilateral spondylolysis. Degenerative endplate signal changes. 1.3 cm high T2 and likely cystic focus within left femoral head. ... (13 replies)
... Anterior osteophytes extending off the vertebral bodies of L4 and L5. The vertebral bodies otherwise demonstrate normal signal intensity, alignment, and stature. ... (5 replies)
... have grown over time. The combination is squeezing the spinal canal severely and also severely narrowing the foraminal openings through which pass the peripheral nerves down to your legs. ... (4 replies)
... C5, mild posterior osteophytes are present. A moderate disk bulge is present. The compbination of the posterior osteophytes and disk bulge cause complete effacement of the anteriorthecal sac, but no cord compression. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: degenerative disc disease, mri help, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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