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... Disc osteophytic spurring associated with moderate canal stenosis. Trace of CSF fluid anterior and posterior to the cord. ... (11 replies)
... So essentially they have to take off part of the disc thats pressing on the nerve root? ... (11 replies)
... So essentially they have to take off part of the disc thats pressing on the nerve root? ... (11 replies)

... level nerve roots. unless 'something' has literally damaged it, this would be more 'common or likely,inpingement from something like what i mentioned above. ... (3 replies)
... sorry title sposed to say "...pain from nerve root impingement" am not sure how to edit. ... (11 replies)
... hi es. do you actually have a copy of that MRI report hon? ... (15 replies)
... Nah it was instant from the impact to the spine, my skeleton took a big impact from a fall, my rib was also damaged. ... (11 replies)
... I asked about specifics because we see a lot of radiologist's reports that don't seem to match, or at least justify, the symptoms. Radiologists aren't perfect, and they may have idiosyncratic approaches to writing up their reports. ... (8 replies)
... OK, I suppose your problem MIGHT be alleviated by a simple Left-C6 foraminotomy. (I had a Left-C5 foraminotomy a few years ago, and it was an outpatient procedure with almost no recovery period) The question would be, can a foraminotomy (coming from behind) access the disk (or osteophyte) which is impinging on that nerve? (11 replies)
... If so was it resolved instantly or took time to heal? ... (11 replies)
Nerve Blocks
Dec 13, 2002
... I have just stumbled across this board and am hoping someone here may be able to spread a bit of light for me. ... (4 replies)
... Your MRI report does indeed seem rather innocuous. I guess if one were to expect anything to be symtomatic, it would be whatever is governed by that left C7 nerve. ... (11 replies)
... Yeah, you should be spending your money on Physical Therapists and Pain Management docs instead. Don't they deserve to have bigger houses, too? ... (11 replies)
... No central canal stenosis, no visible nerve root impingement. Recommend an MRI of cervical spine for further assessment. Doesn't sound bad to me. ... (6 replies)
... I have had a major problem with right neck and right arm bicep and tricep pain after prolonged session on commercial mower on very bumpy ground on Oct 13th. ... (6 replies)
... I would think that any GOOD pain management doctor would not treat you without first having a definitive diagnosis which can only be reached by getting an MRI. ... (10 replies)
... that temporarily resolved the problem but ultimately symptoms came back and he went with a fusion surgery. ... (11 replies)
... I'd say it was a good op. I went in expecting to spend one night, but was raring to go by early afternoon and got released late afternoon. Never filled my pain pill prescription. ... (11 replies)
... years. I have done meds, pt, pain management, chiro... Finally got referred to a Rheum who dxd fibromyalgia, but am now getting iritis. ... (2 replies)
... and 7. I took a bad fall and was in horrible pain for six months, also taking narcotics and finally decided to do the surgery. I did the ACDF surgery and it was fine for about 3 months and then I had to do a laminectomy, then a formanictomy. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: foraminal stenosis, paracentral disc protrusion

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