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... al protocol MRI was performed without the administration of IV gadolinium. Additional heavily weighted T2 images were performed as part of MRI myelogram. Routine thoracic protocol MRI was performed without administration of IV gadolinium. Additional heavily weighted T2 images were performed as part of MRI myelogram. ... (5 replies)
... The good folks on the Back Problems board said that this was the place for thoracic issues, so I had some questions. First, I have had increasing thoracic back pain for the past few years. I will try to describe the pain, as well as ask about my recent MRI. ... (5 replies)
... with severe bilateral foraminal narrowing. ... (5 replies)

... so eh sent me for brain and cervical MRI and Thoracic Spine without Contrast. No lesions thus far, I guess which is good. But what do you think about these MRI results. ... (3 replies)
... so eh sent me for brain and cervical MRI and Thoracic Spine without Contrast. No lesions thus far, I guess which is good. But what do you think about these MRI results. ... (0 replies)
... osteophyte complex which is INDENDTING the central cord. Moderate to severe left foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... I have currently been diagnosed with multiple issues involving my thoracic spine. I was diagnosed with an MRI with contrast. ... (3 replies)
... I suppose that foraminal stenosis is the same, whether it's thoracic, lumbar or surgical. ... (1 replies)
... Or the stenosis can occur to the area referred to as the "foramen" which is what is stated in your MRI report. This refers to the exit points from the spine. ... (4 replies)
... My last MRI had several little things nothing to major but something that concerns me is thoracic lesions these have multiplied and increased inbintensity since my last mri a year ago and was wondering if anyone has had an experience in this area? ... (1 replies)
Foraminal stenosis
Aug 24, 2013
... cervical, thoracic or lumbar. ... (6 replies)
... Minimal thoracic scoliosis with apex to the right at the approximate margin of the T4 spinous process likely represents an osteophyte. ... (2 replies)
... Marginal Osteophyte disc complex. No evidence of central canal stenosis. Mild to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. Facet arthrosis. ... (7 replies)
... Also, your moderate bilateral lumbar foraminal stenosis is not as good as it sounds, as "moderate" is only one step below "severe". ... (7 replies)
... MIld Disk osteophyte complex is seen. MIld BUlge is present. There is mild effacement 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. ... (2 replies)
... Normal disc signal and height. No canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (19 replies)
... So here are the results of my brain, cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine mri's. I will try and remember to put the date at the top of each, as none are real current. ... (11 replies)
... The thoracic spine demonstrates gross anatomic alignment. ... (0 replies)
... e holes were probed, tapped, probed again prior to placement of the right sized screw which was 3.5 x 12. We used a Midas Rex to demarcate the starting point for thoracic pedicle screws and, using a Lenke, we accessed pedicle down to 20, probing before accessing again down to 30 mm. ... (14 replies)
... thout going into lengthy detail, the cervical area is not too bad. Most of the disc degeneration appears to be lower down. You will notice that there is spinal stenosis and neuro foraminal stenosis at several levels in the thoracic and lumbar spine. I will define those in case you are new to all this back talk. ... (3 replies)


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