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... I am a nurse who was recently in a MVA. I received the following MRI results today. Any information anyone has about my results would be helpful. ... (2 replies)
... He felt there was significant stenosis present there, and he felt that level was inoperable. He seemed to think I was at high risk of mobility issues someday due to the disease present at that level. ... (0 replies)
... is moderate at all levels. Disc height loss is mild above T1. ... (7 replies)

... Hello everyone. I have been trolling this website for a long time and finally decided to see if what I have is actually something I need to get surgery on or if I can wait and try other methods. Please excuse the long explanations and bad grammar. ... (3 replies)
... t clear enough as I was in so much pain that I couldn't lay still for such a long time. He requested a sedated MRI which I now have. I'm just impatiently waiting on him to schedule an appointment now. ... (4 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (14 replies)
... I have posted here before and have cervical disc disease awaiting surgery. While at work about a month ago I slipped on a wet floor. I felt something pull in the back. Thank goodness I didn't fall. The workers comp. doctor ordered and MRI. This is where I need your help. ... (4 replies)
... Does stenosis always mean surgery is indicated? ... (3 replies)
... I'm basing my opinions on the radiologist's report, which always could be in error. Still, look at the adjectives... "unremarkable", "minimal", "mild". ... (19 replies)
... then on my own, I found Dr. R. ... (5 replies)
... C6 Posterior disc osteophyte complex. Mild to moderate spinal canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
Surgery decision
Sep 27, 2008
... on the occasions when I do have pain. I do occasionally get mild tingling down my right arm and fingers. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for the replies! I was glad to see some potential information when I checked back, and it turned out even more helpful that I could have hoped for! ... (5 replies)
... central canal stenosis and facet hypertrophy? ... (13 replies)
... It looks like you have degenerative disc disease throughout the cervical spine. You can find tons of information on DDD online...just look for a reputable site for best information.... ... (1 replies)
... there is left posterior paracentral disc protrusion along with degenerative spurs causing focal cord indentation of left lateral recess without central canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... Second, stenosis, a Greek word that means "narrowing." In the spine there are two areas where stenosis the central canal, that contains the spinal cord, and in the neuralforamen. ... (5 replies)
... people on the board do not have formal medical training...i.e., we are not physicians. Second, the MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (2 replies)
... t, there is no cord damage, but it will be good to have a base line MRI and to have your foot in the door with a spine specialist as you will want to keep an eye on this. As with any medical problem that has the potential to become serious, it is much better when it is caught early before permanent damage is done. ... (3 replies)
... ck and sides of the cord as well as the nerve roots coming off of it. Each pair of the vertebrae have a disk between them and provide an opening for a nerve root on the left and right of the spinal cord. The circle is your central spinal canal, and the openings between the vertebrae for the nerve roots are neural foramen. ... (3 replies)

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