| | Re: Can anyone explain these MRI RESULTS???
I am not a doctor but I think what it means is that the nerve signals being transmitted from the upper segments in your spine are being transmitted abnormally (cervical are in the neck and upper thoracic are at the top of your chest). this could have something to do with the pain/strange sensations in your shoulders and neck. It then goes on to say that these symptoms are often due to haemangiomas, which are non-cancerous dense collections of small blood vessels, and you have been checked for these before in these parts of your spine.
Finally it says that your spinal canal (where the spinal cord passes through) is spacious enough for your spinal cord and your spinal cord is not being compressed or damaged in any way; the nerve signals being transmitted here are as they should be. The minor disc bulging is causing the foremen to narrow at that particular place (a common problem for people with bulging discs), the foramen is where the nerves branch off from the spinal cord, but this narrowing is minimal.
Hope I have helped, again I am not a doctor, but am studying molecular and cellular biology