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... neck movement and thats' when i had the mri, and they told me i had all this severity and moderate spinal cord compression from bone spurs and herniated discs. ... (23 replies)
... He had spinal cord compression due to arthritis. Within 1 week he went from walking to a wheel chair. ... (161 replies)
... A lot of your other symptoms don't really sound like spinal trouble, although hopefully others here with greater experience than mine can contribute on that score. ... (6 replies)

... it does sound like spinal cord compression can cause these symptoms. I had many of the same which I was also told was from C6. ... (6 replies)
... they may not fuse in a way that leaves room for the nerves. People without this problem just don't get it. Doctors are reluctant to do anything unless there is compression of the main cord. Like we are supposed to be able to live our lives like this? ... (80 replies)
... thanks for all of u hi feelbad my problem is in c6-c7 which is large herniated with mild spinal cord compression and mild nerve copmression which is very painfull in the shoulder and the arm both sides hi shawley i am from egypt and i live here in chicago with my husband and my kids thanks for u i hope u will be ok and the new doctor will help u . thanks and i was confused... (9 replies)
... I too have cord compression with degenerative arthritis, bone spurs, and spinal stenosis. I've had numbness and tingling in my hands and feet for about 3 months and can tell it's gradually getting worse. ... (6 replies)
... the cervicomedullary junction appears within normal limits. Visualized spinal cord is unremarkable except for moderate compression from approximately C3 through C6 without significant edema. No syrinx. The cervical vertebral bodies are normally aligned without fracture loss of height or focal lesions. ... (6 replies)
... ongoing damage at the spinal cord level. ... (5 replies)
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Mar 21, 2010
... C4 disc shows posterocentral protrusion causing spinal stenosis with resultant thecal and mild cord compression. ... (1 replies)
... that accompany age but there is NO sign that any of them are causing a problem. You do have a significant disk bulge that is hitting the spinal cord but only slightly affecting the spinal nerves on the left...so that is most likely the cause of the left arm pain. ... (2 replies)
... ason. A heart valve that is infected and closing up has stenosis. So that's what it means...closing up. In the cervical spine, you have the central canal for the spinal cord and that can have stenosis and be closing up around the spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... Let's start with a little spine anatomy. Your spinal cord comes off the base of the brain and goes down into the vertebrae. C1 and 2 are first and they rotate and hook together to move your head. ... (23 replies)
... left paracentral distribution, without overt central spinal canal stenosis. Biformaninal encroachment is present however. ... (5 replies)
... Neurosurgeon feels that even though there was a noted cord issue, there was nothing that a surgeon could do. ... (2 replies)
... No central stenosis or cord compression. ... (3 replies)
... Vertebra body heights are normal with normal alignment. Hemangiomas are noted at C5 and C6 vertebral bodies. The remaining marrow signal is normal. Schmorl's nodes are noted at C5 and C6. No fracture identified. ... (4 replies)
... T1 level with hypoplasia of the adjacent endplate. The cervical vertebrae reveal no compression fracture or marrow replacement. ... (7 replies)
... canal stenosis. There is slight indentation of the ventral surface of the spinal cord and slight spinal cord volume loss on the right although there is no cord compression. There is mild foraminal stenosis on the right. ... (20 replies)
... there is no disc herniation, canal stenosis or cord compression. ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, laminoplasty, mri report interpretation, stenosis

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