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... thank you!!! the report . . . comment: 4 views of the cervical spine are submitted for evaluation. cervical spine visualized to the level of c7 findings: normal cervical vertebral body heights. normal cervical lordosis. normal intervertebral disc spaces. no prevertebral soft tissue swelling or fracture. (4 replies)
... the sides and backs. If you've seen what the cervical vertebra looks from the top, the 2 "wings" off to the back and sides of the bone are the facet joints. The uncovertebral joints are small fibrous type joints that are on the sides more toward the front. ... (4 replies)
... The uncovertebral "joints" are bony growths on the sides of the disks. They help each disk interact with the disk above it. ... (4 replies)

... has anyone been diagnosed with unconvertebral hypertrophy at c3-c4? if so can you share with me your understanding of what that means - in english layman's terms? what treatment have you had or been suggested? can it be fixed? or is something that is chronic? have you had surgery for it? was it successful? or is there a non-surgical way to fix it? (4 replies)
... moderate right uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in moderate right foraminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)
... C3 level demonstrates minimal bony ridging, and uncovertebral hhypertrophy, bilaterally. There is no significant spinal canal stenosis or foraminal encroachment. ... (1 replies)
... 40yr old male 5-7 170 .tingling fingers. pain in elbow and subscapular right side all c2-3 right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy and some facet degeneration with mild right neural foraminal stenosis At C3-4 diffuse disc osteophyte complex right greater than left uncovertebral hypertrophy causing moderate right greater neural foraminal stenosis at C4-5... (1 replies)
Cspine mri
Mar 14, 2013
... c3 mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy with additional disc protrusion at the left uncovertebral region. ... (6 replies)
... No significant disc bulge, canal stenosis or neural foraminal compromise. No significant uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (3 replies)
... osteophyte complex and moderate right and mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy resulting in mild central spinal canal stenosis. There is moderate right and mild left foraminal stenosis. ... (14 replies)
... small canal, there is a mild resultant spinal canal stenosis with sagittal diameter canal measuring 8.6mm. CSF is maintained anterior and posterior to the cord. Uncovertebral and facet joints are normal, and there is no foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Mild bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (1 replies)
... There is bilateral foraminal narrowing because of shorts pedicles and mild uncovertebral hypertrophy. ... (33 replies)
... C6 there is a degenerated disc with disc osteophyte complex abutting the ventral thecal sac. Facet and uncovertebral hypertrophy are also present. These findings result in mild central stenosis and mild right foraminal stenosis without change. ... (3 replies)
... facet hypertrophy results in mild central canal stenosis and moderate neural foraminal stenosis. ... (10 replies)
... c3 mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy. No sign. narrowing of the central canal or neural foramina. ... (3 replies)
... Disc osteophyte complex with mild canal stenosis. Facet and uncovertebral hypertrophy with mild left foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Does this sound like surgery is the only way to relief? There is no pain only numbness in some extremities. C2-C3: Disc osteophytic bulge and uncovertebral hypertrophy contribute to moderate central canal stenosis with flattening of the thecal sac/cord contour and moderate to severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. C3-C4: Disc osteophytic bulge and... (5 replies)
... demonstrates mild uncovertebral hypertrophy on the right without significant central canal or neural foramen encroachment. ... (0 replies)
... Uncovertebral hypertrophy more than facet arthrosis causes moderate narrowing of both neural foramina, left greater than right. ... (7 replies)

Associated Tags: back, cervical, cervical canal stenosis, disc-osteophyte complex, foraminal stenosis, foraminotomy, herniated disc, hypertrophy, mri, mri report interpretation, neck, pain, pinched nerve, syrinx

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