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... Fast forward two months. My pain is now fairly manageable, but I have lost feeling in my right index and middle fingers and part of my forearm is also numb. I've done PT and tried several medications which don't seem to work at all. ... (3 replies)
... C4, there is a disk protrusion seen to the right of midline. This measures approximately 0.4 cm in size. There is midld effacement of the cervical cord. ... (1 replies)
... Howdy all, New to the board but no stranger to pain. I've been experiencing muscle spasms and back pains for around 8 years now and just recently a doctor finally took the time to examine me. (typical military treatment of back pain is "take a motrin, drink water, walk it off soldier...) She schedule some x-rays and MRI's and as soon as the results came back, she... (0 replies)

... significant spinal canal or right neuroforaminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... I am 43 with fibro,hbp,diabetes,Itp and lumbar and cervical pain. I am having alot of numbness and tingling in my hands...right side is worse along with right foot goes numb also. ... (11 replies)
... protrusion and disk material eccentric within the central, right paracentral, right lateral recess, right neural foraminal, and right later aspect as well as somewhat within the left neural foraminal and left lateral aspect. ... (1 replies)
... disc osteophyte complex which is asymmetric to the left. This effaces the left lateral recess. Central canal is narrowed to 7mm representing moderate spinal stenosis. ... (27 replies)
... osteophyte complex causing anterior extradural defect on the thecal sac with slight mass effect on the cord. there is moderate right and severe left for forminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... herniation involving the right lateral recess. This does cause slight effacement of the intrathecal sac. There is left facet degenerative changes. Findings cause mild left neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... days, my right arm is incredibly week and tender. In particular, my right bicep is very achy, with a similar feeling in the muscle of my forearm on my right arm. ... (2 replies)
... osteophyte complex is demonstrated posteriorly extending from the right lateral recess to the the left lateral recess and associated annual tear is noted. Definite nerve root compromise is not appreciated. ... (8 replies)
... on the right side. There is severe compromise of the right lateral recess and the right lateral neural foramen. ... (0 replies)
... lateral recess narrowing and moderate to severe right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... C5 Right paracentral intervertebral disc protrusion which narrows the right lateral recess and contacts the right side of the cord. The central canal is narrowed to 8 mm. There is mild right neural foraminal narrowing. No left neural foraminal narrowing. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, My MRI lab sent me the online copy and I am not seeing my doctor before wednesday and I am flipping out with theories of what I have so I wanted to know exactly what I have and not google random theories. These are the lab comments: I have attached a photo of what I think is a relevant MRI, if you need more let me know. http://imgur.com/7naq87g (0 replies)
... disc is desiccated. Left posterolateral protrusion of the disc with narrowing of the right lateral recess which may impinge on L5 root in the lateral recess. Mild narrowing of the foramen. Mild central canal stenosis. ... (19 replies)
... d I accessed my pain as a fact of life. But this nerve pain is a totally different animal. In June of 2000, I had the typical sciatic leg and low back pain in my right leg. I went through the normal bureaucracy that doctors and insurance companies puts one through. ... (9 replies)
... t done with any steroids as I had just gotten two injections within 3 weeks of that. It did help. Not sure if it was the combination of the right location of the steroids and the followed nerve block or just the block itself but the SNRB helped me for about 4 months. ... (2 replies)
... C4 LEVEL CAUSING MODERATE STENOSIS OF RIGHT LATERAL RECESS AND RIGHT NEURAL FOREMAN WITH MILD IMPRESSION OVER RIGHT EXITING NERVE ROOT.ALSO THERE IS NARROWING OF LEFT NEURAL FOREMAN SECONDARY TO UNCONVERTEBRAL ARTHROSIS. ... (4 replies)
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Associated Tags: arm weakness, back pain, chronic pain, laminectomy, mri results, neck ache, neck cracking, neck pain, spinal & foraminal stenosis

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