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... A large disc osteophytic protrusions present at these two levels. ... (4 replies)
... In the conclusion of my MRI notes I see: Disc osteophyte complexes at c5-c6 and c6-c7 causing mild central stenosis, moderate neural foraminal stenosis and mild left neural foraminal stenosis at c5-c6 and moderate central stenosis,moderate severe left neural frontal stenosis and moderate right neural foraminal stenosis at c6-c7. I can't find references to neural frontal... (1 replies)
... Thanks for sharing your story. It's similar to mine. So far Ice, Heat & traction have relieved most of my pain. Still there but not as intense. I wish you well on your recovery. Please keep us posted. :) (7 replies)

... I lived for 4 years with severe foraminal stenosis at C6 and moderate foraminal stenosis at C5. The pain would come and go, but would be triggered by driving or any exercise which used my left arm. ... (7 replies)
... is moderate at all levels. Disc height loss is mild above T1. ... (7 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)
... It is interesting how these scans change over time. For example, last year the foraminal stenosis was judged severe and now it's mild. ... (3 replies)
... The patient is status post anterior interbody fusion between C5 and C7. There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... C7 foraminal steniois less so on right. Weakness of grip and strength bilateral arm. ... (3 replies)
... C6 level. At this level there is prominent anterior and posterior osteophyte formation. There are degenerative endplate signal changes at this level as well . There is no significant edema throughout the vertebral bodies of the paraspinal soft tissues. ... (1 replies)
... facet degeneration results in mild central canal stenosis and severe neural foraminal stenosis. ... (10 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)
... moderate central canal stenosis with flattening of the ventral cord as well as moderate to severe left and severe right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)
... paramedian disc spur complex causes mild anterior impression upon the cord and mild to moderate left foraminal stenosis. Central canal is lower normal caliber. Right foramen is patent. ... (3 replies)
... there is no disc bulge, nueral foraminal narrowing or central stensosis. ... (258 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)
MRI from 2010
Feb 17, 2012
... C3 there is no significant disc bulge, protusion, herniation, central or foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... disc. The neural foramina are normal at this level. ... (23 replies)
... lhere is no significant disc abncrmality or foraminal stenosis. ... (7 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical, cervical stenosis, laminoplasty, mri report interpretation, myelomalacia, stenosis

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