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Old 02-04-2011, 07:18 AM   #3
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Re: MRI and the Cervical Spine Results need to know?

[QUOTE=jennybyc;4676468]I would assume that means he is developing bone spurs on the vertebrae. Bone spurs(also known as osteophytes) are a result of osteoarthritis(OA). OA tends to build bone in the wrong place when it senses that bone or cartilage is being damaged. This could be the result of age, disease or in a younger person, injury, especially from sports.

How old is your son?

Jenny My son is 29. He also found out that there is quite a bit of narrowing in the spinal canal at C-3.