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... S1 neuroforamen causing compression of the exiting left L5 nerve root. ... (5 replies)
... Below is my report. I don't understand "grossly normal" and I don't understand really the ramifications of all this. I know I am in constant debilitating pain. Legs that go on fire every night and during the day it ranges from a mild burn to mild numb to extreme. ... (0 replies)
... Lordosis just means a backward curve of the ascending spine. Some areas should be lordotic, and the neck is one. Reversal of lordosis in the neck is pretty common. ... (4 replies)

... disk interspace to the right of midline. Signal intensity within the visualized skeletal structures otherwise normal. ... (6 replies)
... ve been reading and researching on this message board for a few days now and have found all sorts of useful information. I was hoping to get some opinions on my neck issues. I am 29 years old and am in good physical shape. ... (29 replies)
... Mild Bulging of the disc is noted which is slightly left sided. There is no foraminal or cord impingement. ... (9 replies)
... sides of the spinal cage through which pass the spinal nerves after they leave the spinal cord and head down into your arms. ... (3 replies)
... bottom of the spine. ... (5 replies)
... in the midline and greater to the left of midline, resulting in segmental stenosis of the canal and impingement of the adjacent spinal cord at these levels. ... (1 replies)
... in the midline and greater to the left of midline, resulting in segmental stenosis of the canal and impingement of the adjacent spinal cord at these levels. ... (0 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)
... Hi all. I have been reading many of your posts for some time now, but never posted until now. ... (20 replies)
... I wear a soft collar at night. The worst pain is in my shoulder. I have very limited ROM of my neck. ... (4 replies)
... Straightening of the cervical spine suggestive of underlying muscular spasm. ... (8 replies)
... of normal strength and a significant loss of muscle mass in my left hand. The strange thing is the pain I experienced when this came on is no longer there and at this point I should be getting better. ... (4 replies)
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Jun 22, 2012
... I don't get it. As far as impingement of the foramina or the spinal canal, I don't see anything in that MRI that warrants any surgery. ... (6 replies)
... desiccation. Broad based right paracentral disc protrusion abuts the ventral epidural space and thecal sac with moderate resultant central canal stenosis. Neural foramina are patent without neural impingement. Mild facet arthropathy evident. ... (3 replies)
... first of all, you of course need to talk to a doctor who can appropriately interpret the mri report for you. and hopefully soon! ... (11 replies)
... iously unexamined thoracic region would be a good idea, so he proceeded to order the needed studies. Now that I finally have recent mri's done of all of the major regions and it shows extensive disc involvement, I 'm even more mixed up than I started. ... (0 replies)
... In any good report, there are ALWAYS descriptions of two aspects of the spine. First, the condition of the spinal canal, whatever may be intruding into it, and the effect of these intrusions on the cord. ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: arms, arthritis, back pain, cervical, cervical stenosis, disc bulge, fusion, hypertrophy, l4-l5, laminectomy, neck, nerve impingement, osteoarthritis, pain, radiculopathy, surgery

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