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... 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)
... I had problems with neck and shoulder pain (mild) and tingling in hands and feet about 6 years ago that largely subsided with PT over a couple of months. I've had the tingling off and on but Drs attributed that to anxiety. 3 weeks ago, I started having severe left shoulder pain (9/10) and neck pain (5/10) which developed weakness in my right bicep (4/5) and hand (grip 50%... (11 replies)
... sided neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)

... C4 there is right posterolateral and foraminal spur formation with associated disc protrusion. Moderate to marked right foraminal narrowing is seen without canal or left foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... is no significant neural foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... with severe bilateral foraminal narrowing. ... (5 replies)
Foraminal stenosis
Aug 25, 2013
... theres mild bilateral unconvertabral joints,and bilateral foraminal narrowing,cord unremarkable. ... (6 replies)
... foraminal stenosis, but it's clearly worse than that, as you are developing symptoms of C6 radiculopathy. ... (3 replies)
... I hope this helps I found this at spine-health.com Cervical foraminal stenosis Foraminal stenosis (narrowing of the cervical disc space) may arise without any disc herniation. The majority of symptoms is usually caused by one nerve root on one side. Typically, the condition is characterized by: The pain develops slowly (versus acute pain) May develop over many... (4 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Foraminal Stenosis. The specialist didn't say much, except keep doing physio. ... (2 replies)
... I have had cervical and lumbar issues now for 24 years. My 2nd surgery was for foraminal stenosis. Surgery was done in 1995. From what I recall I was having neck pain but also had pain into my shoulder areas. ... (12 replies)
... mm bulge flattens the cervical cord causing moderate central stenosis. Unicinate joint spurring causes moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... the cervicomedullary junction appears within normal limits. Visualized spinal cord is unremarkable except for moderate compression from approximately C3 through C6 without significant edema. No syrinx. The cervical vertebral bodies are normally aligned without fracture loss of height or focal lesions. ... (6 replies)
... The disc is unremarkable. Mild bilateral degenerative facet disease changes are seen. There is no central or foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
Myelogram Report
Dec 1, 2012
... The disc is unremarkable. Mild bilateral degenerative facet disease changes are seen. There is no central or foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... facet degeneration results in mild central canal stenosis and severe neural foraminal stenosis. ... (10 replies)
MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... osteophyte complex with more focal protrusions in the right and left paracentral regions. Moderate bilateral uncovertabral hypertrophy. Moderate right foraminal stenosis. Canal diameter lower limits normal at 1 cm, but no definite central canal stenosis. ... (35 replies)
... There is no significant central spinal canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (14 replies)
... based posterior disc osteophyte complex eccentric to right causing mild central canal stenosis and mild to moderate right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (9 replies)
... small diffuse disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis. No foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical stenosis, myelomalacia

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