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... only one step below "severe". He does NOT say that the cord itself is affected, only that its spinal fluid cushion has been pushed away. HOWEVER, he later notes increased T2 signal at that level, which MAY indicate cord damage, and he hypothecizes that it's due to the herniation. ... (13 replies)
... Previously seen lesion within the dorsal aspect of the spinal cord on the right of the C3 level appears slightly larger on the current examination, now measuring approximately 4mm in maximal diameter. ... (9 replies)

... ACDF involving C4 and C5 with associated susceptibility artifact. ... (1 replies)
... signal. Thoracic spinal cord has normal caliber and signal intensity. ... (8 replies)
... signal. Thoracic spinal cord has normal caliber and signal intensity. ... (0 replies)
... CSF signal is preserved around the spinal cord. There is mild narrowing of the bilateral neural foramen without impingement of the nerve roots. ... (1 replies)
... h moderal canal stenosis. I have no idea what most of this means so maybe someone can interpret it for me. Central and Right eccentric disk osteophyte complex. Increased T2 signal within the posteriar aspect of the disk osteophyte complex suggesting possible superimposed soft disk. ... (8 replies)
... The disk is moderately narrowed and degenerated, more obvious than on the previous exam. There are also now some prominent zones of increased T2 signal involving the anterocentral and left lateral portions of both endplates, especially C5. ... (5 replies)
... >>>There is moderate to severe central canal stenosis with mild flattening of the cord. I am concerned about the part that says there is severe canal stenosis with mild flattening of the cord. But anyway, does anyone out there have a guess about my future???? Is surgery look inevitable. I go to the ortho nexrt week. I would really appreciate any feedback or... (9 replies)
... Reading the cervical MRI is just as perplexing for me. My cervical shows 5 areas with problems, though it seems most are mild and I'm assuming that's good. ... (1 replies)
... Three views of the cervical spine were obtained. There is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. There is approximate 3mm of anterolisthesis of C4 on C5 and 3 mm of anterolisthesis of C7 on T1. Vertebral body heights are normal. ... (16 replies)
... Hi All, I'm a 45 year old woman who had a C4/5 ACDF in November 2006. While I had some initial relief in my neck pain after that surgery, it was short lived. Scarcely 12 weeks later my symptoms began to return. My neurosurgeon was a jerk and refused to listen to me when I told him I was having problems again. I finally turned to another spine surgeon in Nov/Dec of 2007 for... (3 replies)
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... al horn of the left lateral ventricle and another one within the left frontal lobe subcortical white matter. In addition, on sagittal view, there is high linear T2 signal along inferior margin of the corpus callosum. These findings are non specific. ... (8 replies)
... white matter between C2 and C7 level suggesting myelomalacia. No syrinx is seen. No acute marrow signal abnormality is seen. ... (13 replies)
... It seems as if you have had quite an extensive surgical spine history. Do you have any plans to see any doctors in the future? What is your next step? (19 replies)
... Its been a while since ive posted. here is a summary of my past - 1994 lumbar surgery herniated disc - 1995 cervcica; sirgery for stenosis - 1997 lumbar surgery for flatback syndrome/harrington rods L2 down to hip - 2000 cervical surgery for cervical kyphosis/harrinton rods C3 to T3 about - 2003 diagnosed with diabetes; blood clot left leg surgery and kidney dialysis; 1... (19 replies)
... There is persistent congenital canal setnosis. The AP diameter of the spinal canal at the level of C4 is just under 1. ... (2 replies)
Cervical MRI
Oct 26, 2012
... Hi all. I am going to see a NEW pain managment doctor next week. I was asked to bring my last MRI with me. I have the films and the report. Here is what the MRI states. I wanted your opinions on what the findings are; FINDINGS: There is postoperative changes status post anterior cervical fusion from C3 to C5. There is bilateral Harrington Rods in the... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical spine, degenerative disc disease, disk degeneration, mri help, mri report interpretation, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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