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... I have an impinged median nerve on my right side from foraminal stenosis caused by a failed disc between my C5 and C6 vertebrae. ... (3 replies)
... root WITH the dang hardware, or at least one pedicle screw as i found out when my other good NS went in to do my spinal cord surgery and saw just how insane that nerve root was actually being held hostage in there? ... (15 replies)
... and are pressing on the C5 nerve. ... (6 replies)

... The foramen is a hole in the side of the bony cage that surrounds your spinal canal. At each level a nerve passes out of the spinal cord to the left and right. ... (5 replies)
... LEVEL WITH SLIGHT PROMINENCE OF THE POSTERIOR INFERIOR VERTEBRAL BODY OF C5 THAT APPEARS MINIMALLY IMPINGED UPON THE THECAL SAC BUT DOES NOT APPEAR TO TOUCH THE SPINAL CORD. ... (2 replies)
... and tore my left rotator cuff and impinged a nerve in my right rotator cuff. ... (10 replies)
... I believe this is due to the C6 nerve root being compressed. ... (9 replies)
... the backs of the c 6 7 and t 1 vertebrae. that is when it was found. my NEW and wonderful NS who was doing that surgery actually just went in and "unlooped' that nerve himself. i am grateful for that and that i did not have to actually undergo yet another posterior approach type surgery again. ... (4 replies)
... just to make sure i've got this straight here.you DO have a confirmed compressed/impinged c 6 nerve,ALONG with having compression of the actual cord,to the left of midline,correct?does your report state anything about any showing of myelomalacia yet?anywhere? the one big difference i noticed between the radiculopathy that i had with just my herniated c 6-7 before the fusion... (8 replies)
... Atlanta -- Two days ago i had a C5-C6 discectomy and fusion with donor bone, and had severe bone spurs removed. My surgery resulted from an accident compressing my disk, and minor resulting cord trauma. I can tell you I was worried about the surgery and recovery, but I cannot tell you how good I feel at this time, even two days out. It's amazing. Not all recoveries are... (6 replies)
... or the nerve that is off balance and maybe damaged by the surgery? ... (44 replies)
... Your welcome Martin. I have a very simple answer to your question. Especially since you told me about the stiffness. The eye specialist told me long ago the spasm was causing my eye symptoms, Those were periphrial blindness, spots in front of my eyes, blurring of vision, nasea and vertigo. The spasm (he said) was pushing onto the optic nerve. What would happen with me is... (44 replies)
... based disc osteophyte bar compressing the theca and causing moderate severe bilateral C5 exit foraminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jul 18, 2011
... numbness is still there...only now I have intermittent rediculopathy in R thigh, not constant, but enough to get my attention. The latest MRI showed exiting nerve root contact at the L5 level, bilateral. ... (4 replies)
... ad spinal corder damage, which another mri showed it wasn't. However, the nerves on the right sight were so squished when I walked, it felt like someone had the nerve between their teeth biting on it. I couln't even walk the length of a store to get my son shoes. I can't believe your doc sent you back to work. ... (7 replies)
Finger numbness
Sep 5, 2013
... He says it could be due to osteophytes impinging on the c7 nerve but said that no surgery is required now as spinal cord is not impinged. ... (9 replies)
... The neuroforamen is the opening that the nerve passes through. I suppose it's possible for that opening to be impinged upon without the nerve itself being affected. ... (5 replies)
... T1 level. If the radiologist had nothing to say about that level, then he must not have seen anything worth mentioning. I suppose it's possible that the nerve is being impinged somewhere other than your neck. Perhaps in your elbow? ... (1 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)
To Mel333
Jun 30, 2003
... shows some artifact from the plate and screws at the level of the C5 vertebral body. No focal herniation is seen. Small degree of bony hypertrophy posterior about the end plates of the vertebral bodies is present. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: c5 c6, cervical stenosis, compression of cord, emg, esi spinal injection lumbar nerve pain, herniated disk, myelomalacia, total obliteration

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