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... there is no disc bulge, nueral foraminal narrowing or central stensosis. ... (258 replies)
... A large disc osteophytic protrusions present at these two levels. ... (4 replies)
... I was in a similar position as you in 2003. I saw a total of 3 neuro surgeons and 2 of them said I should NOT have surgery. I decided to go with that and had a very wonderful last almost 9 years until my fall in July. So I would say NO however I am not a doctor. Pam (4 replies)

... use posterir disc bulge and uncovertebral arthrosis which results in moderate spinal stenosis. There is a mass effect on the anterior aspect of the cervicalcord at this level. No significant neural foraminal narrowng is demonstrated. ... (4 replies)
... I have recently had a MRI see below and Focal myelomalacia showed up. Looking at the definition of Myelomalacia I am worried. Should I be? ... (1 replies)
... l post a copy of my recent CT and MRI reports in hopes that someone can advise me in the right direction as Ive been told that I should get a laminoplasty for my stenosis though I have heard that I should get a ACDF as well .... I also had a neuro surgeon tell me 5 years ago that I need nothing. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new to this board. For the last 6 months I've been experiencing left had weakness. I can't open my left hand without using my right hand to force them open. ... (20 replies)
... disc. The neural foramina are normal at this level. ... (23 replies)
... The patient is status post anterior interbody fusion between C5 and C7. There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... I dont' know much abut reading MRI's however I do know a bit about cord compression and if I were you I'd get 2 more opinions at least from surgeons. ... (16 replies)
... I went to the ER at the beginning of Sept because I was having tingling up and down my left arm and I thought I was having a heart attack or something. ... (16 replies)
... with moderate canal stenosis also at that level something I should adddress at some point in time? ... (19 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)
... lhere is no significant disc abncrmality or foraminal stenosis. ... (7 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)
... for pain management". Very frustrating. So I just need someone who is knowledgeable to please tell me what all this means, step by step if at all possibly. Thank you in advance, it is very much appreciated. ... (3 replies)
... There is bilateral foraminal narrowing because of shorts pedicles and mild uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (33 replies)
... no significant foraminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... no significant foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this (fantastic) board, but I've read some of your posts, and am impressed with your knowledge. Maybe you can shed some light on my situation that has baffled 4 NS's here in NY. Here goes: I am 46 years old, and a few months ago noticed muscle twitching(found out these are called fasciculations) in my left arm. A few days later I tried to run, and was shocked to... (46 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, cervical spine pain, cervical stenosis, degenerative disc disease, foraminal stenosis, laminoplasty, mri report interpretation, mri results, myelomalacia, paracentral disc protrusion, stenosis

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