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... So a little anatomy. The spinal cord descends out of the back of the brain. ... (4 replies)
... that acts as a buffer to protect the cord. When you have a ruptured disk , they look to see if it is touching the nerves that exit the cord or touching the spinal cord itself or touching the sac that goes around the cord. ... (3 replies)
... Your spine is made up of bones at the front and back, with a canal in the middle that your spinal cord runs down. ... (4 replies)

... hardware. There is no apparent significant spinal stenosis. ... (26 replies)
... which results in it pushing into the adjoining foramen. Think of a little hole that is only big enough to accommodate one sized thing...which in this case is a spinal nerve root. Now something new that doesn't belong there invades the opening and takes up space that is needed for the nerve to function normally. ... (4 replies)
... Hello I'm new here just wanted to get some intake on me result's. A rounded lesion in the c6 vertebral body contains some internal No aggressive marrow signal changes are observed. ... (6 replies)
Jan 31, 2013
... Hello I'm new here just wanted to get some intake on me result's. A rounded lesion in the c6 vertebral body contains some internal No aggressive marrow signal changes are observed. ... (1 replies)
... C6 1.5 years ago. The disc was large and mildly compressed the left spinal cord, but conservative management was advised. ... (3 replies)
... C7 Disc osteophyte along with right paracentral disc protrusion effacing the thecal sac and abutting the spinal cord without cord compression. Moderate unconvertebral joint hypertrophy and facet arthropathy is again present at this level causing moderate left neural foraminal narrowing. ... (8 replies)
... Hi All, I'm a 45 year old woman who had a C4/5 ACDF in November 2006. While I had some initial relief in my neck pain after that surgery, it was short lived. Scarcely 12 weeks later my symptoms began to return. My neurosurgeon was a jerk and refused to listen to me when I told him I was having problems again. I finally turned to another spine surgeon in Nov/Dec of 2007 for... (3 replies)
... Here is what the MRI report says There are no relevant examinations for comparison. The patient is status post cervical fusion at C4-C5 and C5-C6.. There is a susceptibility artifact from the metallic fusion. At C3-C4 there is however a central disc herniation with ventral impression on the cervical cord. There are no significant cervical cord signal abnormalities in... (10 replies)
... severe central spinal stenosis, bilateral uncovertebral spurring with severe bilateral foraminal narrowing. So I guess it could be restricting blood circulation. ... (5 replies)
... inoplasty, he downgraded that procedure, and prefers ACDF. It sounds OK, but a bit scary due to the anterior approach. Also, since I have a congenitally narrow spinal canal, I'm wondering if in the future the stenosis will degrade at the other levels, e.g. ... (8 replies)
... Stable minimal disc bulge and endplate spondylosis. No significant spinal stenosis. Stable left greater than right facet and uncovertebral joint spurring with moderate to severe left and mild right forminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... intervertebral disc demonstrates a small posterior protrusion producing a moderate impression upon the thecal sac without cord contact. ... (5 replies)
... left C7 radiculopathy. ... (9 replies)
... The cervical spinal cord is normal in signal and caliber. ... (2 replies)
... First, let's talk about the difference between nerve compression and cord compression. When you have a compressed nerve, it causes pain and the other symptoms you have down the arm. But cord compression does not. ... (23 replies)
Neck MRI
Aug 11, 2014
... There is no discernible evidence of fracture, compression deformity, or dislocation. The bone marrow signal, disc space heights, delineated soft tissues, spinal alignment, cervicomedullary junction, and cord course, caliber, and signal are normal. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical degeneration, cervical stenosis, disc degeneration, myelomalacia, neuropathy, radiculopathy, spinal cord injury

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