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... the idea is do the surgery before the cord shows signs of damage. ... (10 replies)
... but there is no cord compression or displacement. ... (1 replies)
... The craniocervical junction is unremarkable and the intrinsic cord signal is normal in appearance. Reversal of the lordotic curve apexes at c5. ... (0 replies)

... at each spinal level. Both of these situations are called stenosis, when crowding the spinal cord it's called central canal stenosis and when crowding the nerve root exits it's called neuroforaminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)
... you might try a memory foam pillow , it helped me a lot , I have some of the same problems that you have and the pillow really helped me sleep, only about 20 bucks (9 replies)
... The craniocervical junction is unremarkable and the intrinsic cord signal is normal in appearance. Reversal of the lordotic curve apexes at c5. ... (9 replies)
... without cord compression or edema. ... (7 replies)
... First off, your cervical spine encompasses the first 7 vertebrae c1 at the base of your skull through c7 roughly at the bottom of your neck. ... (12 replies)
... C7 Disk Osteophyte complex is seen at this level. Broad based disc bulge is present. probable flattening of the cord is seen. Probable mild to moderate central stenosis is seen. he midline AP diameter of the thecal sac is approximatly 8 mm. ... (2 replies)
... c6 and c6 c7 disc buldging.. ... (2 replies)
... No compression fracture is seen. No listhesis. ... (2 replies)
... based disk osteophyte complex. The thecal sac is narrowed to 4 mm in AP dimension with abnormal cord signal suggesting myelomalacia. ... (19 replies)
... finger symptoms are due to cord compression at a higher level. ... (11 replies)
... side of the cervical spinal cord. Signal change within the cord is in keeping with myelomalacia. The c5 nerve routes do noy appear to be compromised in the intervertebral formina. ... (18 replies)
... help me. I still don't have my results from my myelogram yet. The technician that did the MRI's stated she didn't know why doctors requested MRI's after having Spinal Fusion because you can actually see more with the CT scan then the MRI. ... (2 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... minimal posterior disc bulge, resulting in mild indentation of the thecal sac, but no significant compression of the spinal cord. Bilateral uncarthrosis , resulting in mild right and moderate to severe left bilateral neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (13 replies)
... oped arthritis and the bone spurs from the arthritis have caused the "foramina" to close up. The foramina are holes on either side of the vertebra that allow the spinal nerves that leave the cord, to go out to the body and when they are closed up by anything such as bone spurs, causes severe pain. ... (3 replies)
... There is a mild uncal disk arthrosis with posterior osteophytes causing borderline narrow spinal canal and mild right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... The disk between the C6 and C7 vertebrae is bulging backward, more so on the right side. He doesn't say HOW BIG the bulge is, though, which is a CRITICAL piece of information. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, cervical spinal stenosis, cervical stenosis, epidural steroid injection, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, nerve block, osteophyte complexes, pain, radiculopathy, thecal sac, torn supraspinatus

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