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... ABSOLUTELY! Not to say other things can't, but the flattening of the ventral cord and/or the severe right foraminal impingement can cause all those. I'd be surprised if you were having no symptoms based on your MRI. (4 replies)
... area. Vertical slices show what appears to be 4 screws denting the ligament and cord, thus the flattening appearance in the other pics. ... (0 replies)
... What does it mean that the ventral cord is flattened and what does that cause? ... (0 replies)

... level with moderat cord deformity. ... (2 replies)
... The cervical cord has a normal caliber. There are no areas of abnormal cord signal. No Masses or fluid collections are seen in the spinal canal or paravertebral soft tissues. The craniocervical junction is unremarkable. ... (20 replies)
... C5 due to residual endplate osteophytes. Remaining cervical spinal cord is normal in size and signal without intradural extra medullary lesion. There is no cerebellar tonsillar ectopia. ... (10 replies)
... The anterolisthesis of C2 on C3, with unroofing of the intervertebral disc, partially effaces the ventral aspect of the thecal sac, causing mild spinal canal narrowing. Otherwise negative. ... (3 replies)
... protrusion to the right flattens the ventral cord with mild central stenosis. No facet arthropathy or foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... C5 level again noted is a left paracentral disc bulge which effaces the anterior thecal sac and minimally flattens the ventral cord which is unchanged. ... (2 replies)
... No relief. MRI shows a Large right sided focal disc heriation with disc material extending inferior along right dorsal margin of C6. This compresses the right ventral thecal sac and creates slight flattening along the right ventral cord. ... (25 replies)
Confused, in pain
Jan 24, 2019
... The radiologist report says "diffuse flattening of the ventral cord". ... (4 replies)
... OK, now I see it... he said the CSF is still around the cord "dorsally", so by implication it is NOT around the cord ventrally, which makes sense, as the disk protrusion would have to push it away before it could flatten the cord. ... (6 replies)
... mm dorsal disc osteophyte complex effaces the anterior epidural space, contacting and slightly flattening the ventral cord surface. Uncinate spur on the left causes a moderately sever narrowing of the foraminal outlet. ... (27 replies)
... mm dorsal disc osteophyte complex effaces the anterior epidural space, contacting and slightly flattening the ventral cord surface. Uncinate spur on the left causes a moderately sever narrowing of the foraminal outlet. ... (3 replies)
Mr.
Apr 17, 2014
... level there is an osteodiscal bar which does indent the ventral surface of the cord causing slight cord flattening. ... (0 replies)
... there is diffuse disc bulge. There is mild facet hypertrophy. There is flattening of the ventral thecal sac and mild bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... specific soft tissue noted in the ventral epidural space slightly displacing the dural sac posteriorly. ... (52 replies)
... e complex. Increased T2 signal within the posteriar aspect of the disk osteophyte complex suggesting possible superimposed soft disk. There is effacement of the ventral subarachnoid space along with cord flattening and indention along the ventral aspect. Moderate canal stenosis with residual ap canal dia of 6.5mm. ... (8 replies)
... specific soft tissue noted in the ventral epidural space slightly displacing the dural sac posteriorly. ... (4 replies)
Failed L4-5 Fusion
Oct 23, 2004
... specific soft tissue noted in the ventral epidural space slightly displacing the dural sac posteriorly. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: c5-6, c5-c6 herniated disc, cervical disks neck, cervical stenosis, foraminal narrowing, myelomalacia, nerve impingement in neck, swelling on back of neck

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