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... That said allot and right away I knew I was in trouble. ... (13 replies)
... Minimal right uncoverebral hypertrophy results in mild right neural foraminal stenosis, patent left neural foramen and patent spinal canal. ... (4 replies)
... C5, minimal central disk ridge complex without central canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)

... d I accessed my pain as a fact of life. But this nerve pain is a totally different animal. In June of 2000, I had the typical sciatic leg and low back pain in my right leg. I went through the normal bureaucracy that doctors and insurance companies puts one through. ... (9 replies)
... ligament hypertrophy. There is moderate central stenosis with AP thecal sac diameter 6 to 7 mm. There is mild facet and uncovertebral arthrosis and foraminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... Since that time, my symptoms have evolved. Now I have significant muscle atrophy in both thighs, as well as in the left calf. The atrophy happened so quickly that I can't even pinpoint when it happened...one day I just woke up and noticed my runner's legs were just gone... ... (3 replies)
... Mild disc desiccation with normal disc height. There is a diffuse disc bulge with left greater than the right unconvertebral osteophytes and left posterior endplate osteophytes. AP diameter of the thecal sac measures 8.5mm in the midline with mild left ventral cord flattening. ... (23 replies)
... There is no evidence of disc herniation, canal stenosis, or neural foraminal enchroachment. ... (1 replies)
... resulting in moderate right foraminal stenosis. ... (7 replies)
... A surgeon at the Hospital For Special Surgery recommended surgery on at least my C5 and C6. I believe he wants to do a Laminoplasty? ... (17 replies)
... The intervertebral disk is of normal height. There is bilateral uncovertebral osteophyte formation, right greater than left, resulting in moderate right foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... nce for about 8 years now. Then on March 26, 2003 I was involved in a MVA. I did not feel any immediate pain until several hours later. Then my lower back and left hip began to hurt. Of course in Kentucky the insurance is no fault and eveyone is suppose, remember I said suppose, or required to carry auto insurance. ... (0 replies)
... nce for about 8 years now. Then on March 26, 2003 I was involved in a MVA. I did not feel any immediate pain until several hours later. Then my lower back and left hip began to hurt. Of course in Kentucky the insurance is no fault and eveyone is suppose, remember I said suppose, or required to carry auto insurance. ... (6 replies)
... which provided no relief. My pain is now worse than ever and I am worried about what may happen next. I welcome any and all advice. ... (5 replies)
... disc level demonstrates central and left paracentral spondylosis with a moderate degree of left foraminal compromise. ... (3 replies)
... C6. There is mild sclerosis of the C5 vertebral body. There are marginal osteophytes involving C4, C5 and C6. ... (3 replies)
... change left greater than right. ... (10 replies)
... and tingling in the arms for 6 months. ... (8 replies)
... osteophyte complex, with mild deformity of the ventral cord. The canal is mildly stenotic. There is left greater than right foramina! stenosis due to uncovertebral spurring, best seen on axial image 15, impinging the left C6 nerve root and encroaching on the exiting right C6 nerve root. ... (14 replies)
MRI Help PLEASE
Mar 29, 2017
... entrance zone stenosis and C7 root compression, along with mild central stenosis. ... (1 replies)


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