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... starting at about C6. So any compression from C6 up on those arteries may be causing your facial problems. ... (9 replies)
... ended to soon. My neighbor let a similar situation go as he had 2 surgeries and refused to go back for a third. He now wears diapers as he cannot hold his bowels at all and is permanently using a catheter for his bladder as it no longer will allow him to urinate. ... (19 replies)
... C7 vertebral bodies are not fused and demonstrate with mild sclerosis and irregularities end plates consistent with pseudarthrosis. It may not sound like much but... ... (22 replies)

... C7 that he removed as well. I chose to use cadaver bone for him to use in the fusion. ... (19 replies)
Snap, Crackle, Pop
Feb 10, 2004
... either. I've been living with the noise for 2 years now, and I guess it'll continue for the rest of my life. The physical therapist I was seeing said it was the bone spurs at the vertebrae adjacent to the fusion. ... (5 replies)
... my husband they are enforcing it! It's driving me crazy! Walking is no problem at all, it's the reaching for stuff, the handle on my moms recliner is is really hard to pull. ... (53 replies)
... Your spinal cord descends out of the base of the brain and into the spinal canal. The spinal canal is inside the vertebrae of the spine at the back of the bone.The much maligned disks are in the front of the vertebrae and in between them as well. ... (27 replies)
... atomy. Your spinal cord comes off the base of the brain and goes down into the vertebrae. C1 and 2 are first and they rotate and hook together to move your head. At each vertebra except C1 there are a pair of nerves that peels off the cord and go out to the body...one nerve to each side. ... (23 replies)
... area never fused and it took me until the year 2005 to convince my neurosurgeon that I never fused!!! ... (2 replies)
... where you have bone spurs pressing on the nerves to your arms. ... (13 replies)
... nger than normal but they aren't seeing a "Chiari malformation" that is congenital and affects that area so you are okay there. the first 2 vertebrae of the neck at C1 and C2 and they move your head. No disk between them. ... (4 replies)
... Now for the rest of the report. They give the report at the area in between the vertebrae as that is where the disks are and the main trouble makers and that is where they can see the most. ... (5 replies)
... of the vertebrae that connect with the same joints above and below and have to do with stabilizing the spine. In your case, they have developed arthritis and the bone spurs from the arthritis have caused the "foramina" to close up. ... (3 replies)
... without any mention of disk bulges. In most cases, protruding or even herniated disks cause or at least contribute to canal stenosis. Your radiologist says nothing about them. ... (20 replies)
... Reversal of the cervical "lordodsis". Normally, your neck curves inward at the neck...the lumbar spine goes inward then it bends outward in the main area of the back and then inward again at the neck. ... (2 replies)
... Multiple MR images of the cervical spine were performed without and with IV Gadolinium contrast using our standard pulse sequences at 1.5 Tesla magnet. ... (0 replies)
... she should be contacting you for a referral to a NeuroSurgeon. I never looked at my MRI report, instead the films and disc were forwarded to him before my first appointment. So, I am not familiar with all of the findings. ... (6 replies)
... It is simply a hole in the bone for the nerve to exit. ... (2 replies)
... First, let me start by talking about neck anatomy. Your spinal cord goes down through the middle of the vertebra and at each level, a pair of spinal nerves peels off the cord and goes out to the body through small holes called foramina. ... (18 replies)
Disc implants
Jan 10, 2013
... The loss of disc height I dont believe was on the prior report and there was no mention of bone spurs. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cervical degeneration, cervical stenosis, disc degeneration, facet arthropathy, flattened cord, foraminal stenosis, myelomalacia, neuropathy, osteophyte complexes, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord injury, thecal sac, torn supraspinatus

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