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... sided neural foraminal stenosis. ... (20 replies)
... there is a broad posterior disc herniation indenting the thecal sac superimposed on spondylosis causing bilaterial neural foraminal stenosis. Intervertebral disc space height and signal loss is noted. ... (4 replies)
... Is neck pain your main complaint? Do you have arm symptoms? Headaches? Have you already tried any medications? On scale of 1-10 how bad pain are you having? Which type pain is your worst complaint (neck ache, headache, or nerve pain)? There are different medications that work best depending on which is the biggest problem. PT might improve any symptoms the bulge is... (2 replies)

... Disc desiccation with normal disc space height. there is a mild annular bulge without a focal disc herniation, foraminal or central cana stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... C3 intervertebral disc space displays normal disc height. Facet joints and uncovertebral joints as well as ligamentum flavum are without prominence. ... (3 replies)
... irregularity and degenerative bone morrow signal alteration with concomitant moderate disk space narrowing. The remaining cervical spine internal disk signal and intervertebral disk spacing is normal. ... (11 replies)
... The cerebellum is unremarkable. The T2 signal intensity within the spinal cord is within normal limits. The vertebral body heights are maintained. The intervertebral disc spaces are maintained. ... (5 replies)
... ld diffuse posterior disc bulge is noted with small end plate and bilateral uncovertebral osteophytes indenting the thecal sac and mildly narrowing the bilateral neural foramina. ... (4 replies)
... no substantial disc bulge or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (22 replies)
... sided neural foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... C5, 2 mm broadbased posterior disc protrusions effaces the ventral thecal sac without central canal or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
MRI's ??
Jan 25, 2011
... I'm not a doctor but look up stenosis. That should help you understand a lot. Most people have painful back problems. It's good to look up all those words individually. Patients need to learn what each word means because doctors don't have the time it takes to explain each of these things. I spent hours looking up mine but it was worth it. Thank God for the Internet! (4 replies)
MRI's ??
Sep 21, 2010
... L3. Remaining intervertebral discs have mormal signal charactistics. Mail vertebral bodies have normal height, alignment, and marrow signal. ... (4 replies)
... Seven typical cervical vertebrae are identified demonstrating normal alignment. Intervertebral disk spaces and vertebral body heights are maintained and osseous marrow signal is normal. The signal within the cervical cord is normal. ... (1 replies)
MRI question
Mar 22, 2012
... unremarkable intervertebral disc, facets and foramina. Thecal sac 1. ... (7 replies)
... based disc protrusion with minimal endplate dengerative changes, mildly indenting on the dural sac with no spinal cord compromise. Bilateral neural foramina are patent. ... (10 replies)
... plate and uncinate process causing asymmetric left neural foraminal narrowing. No herniation is seen. ... (3 replies)
... plate and uncinate process causing asymmetric left neural foraminal narrowing. No herniation is seen. ... (3 replies)
... moderate degenerative findings C34 through C67 in the form of thinning intervertebral disks and osteophytic spurring of vertebral bodies. ... (22 replies)
... Demonstrates a Small Right Paracentral Disc Protrusion with Mild Flattening of the Thecal sac without evidence of cord compression or neural foraminal stenosis unchanged. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical stenosis, myelomalacia

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