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... I've had two prior spinal surgeries and fear my next is just around the corner. ... (0 replies)
... there is no central canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing identified. ... (14 replies)
... hypertrophy with mild right neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)

... mm. Within the canal, and surrounding the cord, is the spinal fluid. If you see an MRI, the fluid will be light, and the cord dark. ... (14 replies)
... position. There is no abnormal spinal cord signal. ... (3 replies)
... Mild bilateral uncovertebral joint spurring as well as moderate left and mild right facet hypertrophy results in mild to moderate left and mild right neural foraminal stenosis without spinal canal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... The spinal cord and visualized posterior fossa contents are normal. No obvious spinal cord lesions, cord expansion, or syrinx cavity. The craniocervical junction is normal. ... (11 replies)
... Mild posterior disk osteophyte complex, slightly asymmetric to the left of midline. When superimposed on the small canal, there is a mild resultant spinal canal stenosis with sagittal diameter canal measuring 8.6mm. CSF is maintained anterior and posterior to the cord. ... (4 replies)
... in the bony cage of the spine through which the peripheral nerve leaves the spinal cord and heads off to the neck, shoulder and arm. ... (23 replies)
... C3 level demonstrates minimal bony ridging, and uncovertebral hhypertrophy, bilaterally. There is no significant spinal canal stenosis or foraminal encroachment. ... (1 replies)
Surgical consult
Jul 25, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (10 replies)
Mri
Mar 8, 2012
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... No herniation. Bilateral facet hypertrophy. Mild bilateral forminal stenosis, no spinal canal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... The cervical cord has a normal caliber. There are no areas of abnormal cord signal. No Masses or fluid collections are seen in the spinal canal or paravertebral soft tissues. The craniocervical junction is unremarkable. ... (20 replies)
... spinal canal generous and neuroforamina are patent. No disc herniation or protrusion. ... (9 replies)
... in normal limits. The spinal cord is normal in signal. the craniocervical junction is normal. ... (23 replies)
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... there is small posterior disk protrusion without spinal canal stenosis. There is no neural foraminal narrowing. ... (8 replies)
... you have mild spinal stenosis. I would assume that he means mild spinal CANAL stenosis, which means that your spinal canal is a little bit narrowed. Actually, 9. ... (2 replies)
... There is mild retrolisthesis of C4 on C5 and C5 on C6, mildly progressed when compared to previous, on the basis of degenerative changes. ... (20 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical spinal stenosis, cervical stenosis, epidural steroid injection, mri, myelomalacia, nerve block

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