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... cervical spine normal in size and signal intensity. No abnormal spinal mass or fluid collection noted. ... (22 replies)
... but no definate cord compression demonstrated. ... (15 replies)
... If you don't know your cervical spine has 7 vertebra that protect your spinal cord and nerve roots coming off of it in roughly your neck area. ... (3 replies)

MRI Analyses
Aug 24, 2012
... Straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. No evidence of compression deformity or listhesis. Brainstem and cervical cord demonstrate normal morphology and signal. However, there is mild indentation of the cord in the mid cervical spine from degenerative disc disease. ... (35 replies)
... steriorly indenting the anteriorthecal sac and contacting anterior cervical cord. Buckling of ligamentum flavum indents posterior thecal sac and ontacts cervical cord posteriorly. AP dimension of thecal sac narrowed down to about 7 to 8 mm in midline. Cord does not appear compressed. ... (6 replies)
... K back .....worried might lose the entire post.....lol forgot what im up too.......so much........ so then back to neurosurgeon and he says acdf @ C4-5 my Query was , what about C5-6 but first he wants me to go back to neurologist to check out neuro stuff , as in neuro diseases to rule out (17 replies)
... another arthritic bone spur on the disk but the disk is bulging and the bone spur is hitting the "thecal sac" which is the membrane that holds the spinal fluid in around the spinal cord. ... (9 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (2 replies)
... Here are the results of the MRI. I am certain that my problem is higher up in my skull. I have pain and snapping in the back of my head. I understand that I have issues lower down on my neck, but I don't feel they are related to this issue. The cracking and other issues were not present prior to my surgery, and the bulging etc would have been there way before my surgery. ... (9 replies)
... The spinal cord goes down through the vertebrae in your back and it is enclosed in a sac called the "thecal sac" that holds the spinal fluid in around the cord. ... (12 replies)
... This is going to be a little lengthy. I appologize. I also posted this on the spinal cord problems board but only two answers. I had an MRI without contrast on my cervical because of my left arm aching and my left hand going numb. Here's the results. ... (29 replies)
... First, let me start by talking about neck anatomy. Your spinal cord goes down through the middle of the vertebra and at each level, a pair of spinal nerves peels off the cord and goes out to the body through small holes called foramina. ... (18 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (0 replies)
... uncinate process and facet hypertrophy result in foraminal stenosis, moderate right and mild left. The posterior disc spur complex impinges on thecal sac . No cord impingement. ... (0 replies)
... resulting in some central cord stenosis and moderate to severe left neural foraminal stenosis. ... (19 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (3 replies)
... there is a posterior central Protruding disc herniation which again abuts the cord. The cord is not significantly deformed but slightly flattened as seen before as well. The mid canal sagittal diameter is about 9 mm with very mild spinal stenosis change. ... (5 replies)
... The cervical cord is normal in caliber and signal intensity. ... (0 replies)
Hi All-New Here
Nov 21, 2012
... that can push backward into the spinal canal or diagonally backward into the foramina, which are the openings in the spinal cage through which pass the peripheral nerves after leaving the spinal cord. ... (8 replies)
... level, where the problem obviously is, is where the C7 spinal nerve leaves the cord and heads into the shoulder, arm and hand. So far so good. However, you report symptoms in the triceps, the thumb and first finger. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: degenerative disc disease, neck cracking, neck problems, spinal chord compression, stenosis

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