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... rays might show that you have slippage of the vertebrae that in certain positions may impinge your nerves. ... (9 replies)
S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... You express exact sympthoms of S1 nerve impingement, when you are experiencing pain try to lift your big toe, and try to push your foot outwards against someones hand from the outside edge of the foot. ... (11 replies)
... disk there. Your report is alot like mine. You have bulges that seem to be impinging on a nerve or nerves. I also have the numb hands, too and the bulges. ... (17 replies)

... L5 disc is desiccated. A left posterolateral protrusion of the disc with narrowing of the right lateral recess which may impinge on the L5 root in the lateral recess. Mild narowing of the foramen, mild central canal stenosis. ... (11 replies)
... finding is positioned in the left paramedian location and causes mild ventral impression on the spinal cord. It is also possible that this finding may impinge the traversing left C8 root. Otherwise unremarkable MRI of the cervical spine. ... (5 replies)
... If you don't know your cervical spine has 7 vertebra that protect your spinal cord and nerve roots coming off of it in roughly your neck area. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, Thank you for posting your wealth of knowledge!!! A little about me... I was hit with vertigo over two years ago and have been left with a dizzy head and eyes. Subsequently from dealing with my dizzy head.. all the muscles in the base of my skull and shoulders feel tight and inflamed. Feel not look inflamed! I have been using ice and moist heat, gentle stretching... (5 replies)
... e is also one nerve up there that does not actually have a disc or vertebrae but most definitely also innervates down to the last two fingers and that is the c 8 nerve or the ulnar nerve? ... (5 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... gh my right arm to my finger tips. It became clear that the pain and neuropathic pain were related, and I was afraid that the issues in the neck were starting to impinge upon my nerves and cord. From then until now the flares of physical neck pain and neuropathic pain have increased in frequency and intensity. ... (0 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 30, 2010
... tell me over and over that what i was feeling was in NO WAY related to my cavernoma located on the L side of my cord right AT the c 8 nerve level. ... (75 replies)
... finding is positioned in the left paramedian location and causes mild ventral impression on the spinal cord. It is also possible that this finding may impinge the traversing left C8 root. Otherwise unremarkable MRI of the cervical spine. ... (3 replies)
... by a spongy disc to allow free movement and shock absorption. Also the upper and lower vertebra of each pair have bony protrusions that form an exit hole for the nerve roots of the spinal cord to exit and supply the muscles of the upper body. In general, degeneration from age, injury etc. ... (3 replies)
... through which the C5 nerve passes on its way down into the shoulder and arm does not seem to have been significantly narrowed by the bulging disk. ... (1 replies)
... At each level, a nerve leaves the spinal cord to the left and the right. ... (6 replies)
... but in terms of what spine docs will fix, until they see the word "severe" they don't operate. They rate spinal cord and spinal nerve compression with the terms minimal, mild, moderate and severe and they don't fix it until it gets to severe. ... (4 replies)
... No sign of nerve root impingement or spinal stenosis. ... (19 replies)
... side of the spinal structure through which pass the nerve roots after leaving the cord. ... (4 replies)
... can develop due to wear and tear over time. If large enough, these can push backward into the spinal canal, or sideways into the peripheral nerve roots. ... (20 replies)
... ric left greater than right uncovertebral arthopathy and facet joint hypertrophy cause moderate left and mild right neuroforaminal encroachment on the exiting C4 nerve roots. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, cervical hernaition, cervical stenosis, foraminal narrowing, myelomalacia

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