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... mm dorsal disc osteophyte complex effaces the anterior epidural space, contacting and slightly flattening the ventral cord surface. Uncinate spur on the left causes a moderately sever narrowing of the foraminal outlet. ... (27 replies)
So. Frustrated.
Jul 28, 2012
... Why is there no mention of cord flattening on the impression perspective? ... (6 replies)
... K back .....worried might lose the entire post.....lol forgot what im up too.......so much........ so then back to neurosurgeon and he says acdf @ C4-5 my Query was , what about C5-6 but first he wants me to go back to neurologist to check out neuro stuff , as in neuro diseases to rule out (17 replies)

... WITH ASSOCIATED BONY PRODUCTIVE CHANGE AND ECCENTRIC RIGHT INFERIOR OPLL. MODERATE LONG SEGMENT RIGHT CORD COMPRESSION AND SEVERE RIGHT C6 ROOT IMPINGEMENT IS NOTED. ... (17 replies)
... In your case,mostly because of the fact that the actual cord is being affected,I really would get this done. ... (4 replies)
... I have read over and over that once there is compression in the main spinal canal the nerve damage that CAN occure CAN become permanent. The CERVICAL spine and LUMBAR spine are two different beasts when it comes to cord problems. ... (9 replies)
... As far as I know, no, the symptoms would not travel up the spinal tract. Impingement in the thoracic area can lead to thoracic outlet syndrome. ... (1 replies)
... Sounds like your spinal canal could have been a little more at risk to begin with with the congenital narrowing, congenital means born with. ... (12 replies)
... :wave: Thanks Webdozer. You know, after typing my post and then reading your reply - I think starting over is a good suggestion. I simply have been doing the same thing for longer than I realized. Just trusting my PM doc that he is doing the appropriate treatment for my issues. I agree I need new MRI's. I can't imagine what might be causing this other than posture,... (9 replies)
... arting with a physiatrist and working your way up to spine surgeon. I'd suggest STARTING with the spine surgeon, but I'm not convinced that all your symptoms are spinal in origin. I'm thinking particularly of the "heaviness" in your arms. ... (9 replies)
... level broad bases disc bulge noted with narrowing both exiting foramen. No significant spinal stenosis seen at this level. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for your response. That's great information. For the last few years I've tried to learn my fair share of the central nervous system. I understand the difference between foraminal stenosis causing impingement and the actual compression to the spinal canal and how symptoms run along from the braches/cord below the compromised area. I guess my question was more... (4 replies)
... mm, which is not particularly narrow. No effect on the cord itself is mentioned, so it's probably unaffected. ... (1 replies)
... Hello to all: I was a former lurker here prior to my ACDF C5-6 three years ago this month. Let me apologize for the length of the post, here, and typos; I'm going to hit 'send' to get a dialog started - I feel that's more important that presentation today! Thanks in advance! I will preface that I am 48 year old female, avid outdoors-woman, bow-hunter, farmer, gardener,... (4 replies)
... based disk herniation with narrowing of the spinal canal with a moderate narrowing of the neural foramen bilaterally. ... (4 replies)
... sided central canal spinal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... WITH EVIDENCE OF PROBABLE RIGTH SIDED CORD IMPINGEMENT. ... (19 replies)
... the hardware casued an impingement of my c 7 nerve root which was NOT there pre op, no way. so this is really where having that pre and post op MRIs done really becomes rather telling. ... (44 replies)
... C4, above the level of fusion with a minor posterior disc bulge and mild underlying spinal stenosis present, no evidence of nerve root impingement. The cervical cord is unremarkable without evidence of myelopathyy or syrinx formation. ... (2 replies)
Nee help please
Oct 29, 2003
... I have had spinal fusion on April 2 on L4, L5, S1 and it was fine, however now I am having problems with my neck. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical acdf, cervical canal stenosis, chiari malformation, lumbar disc collapse, lumbar disk herniation

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