I was involved in a snow tubing accident in December of last year and have had problems after I slammed into an electrical pole going what seemed like 50 mph! (Yep, I was trying to tell myself I was young still!hee)
I'd like to post my MRI results and if anyone could help me, I would greatly greatly appreciate it! I read it and it's pretty much blah blah blah, blah blah blah....
Sagittal cervical MRI images reveal gross anatomic alignment of the cervical vertebral bodies with normal marrow signal for patient age throught the cervical spine. There are normal cervical basilar and cerival relationships. A limited view of the posterior fossa is unremarkable. The cervical cord is centrally located in the canal with normal signal and pathology.
Intervertebral disc spaces are well defined and disc height is well preserved, but a large disc herniation is suspected at C5-6 on sagittal images.
On axial images, there is a large right paracentral to lateral C5-6 disc herniation which abuts the right paracentral cord deforming the cord and placing it leftward. This also appears to abut exiting nerve root at this level with abnormal narrowing of the right C5-6 neuroforamen.
Remaining levels are unremarkable without significant disc bulge, central canal stenosis or lateral recess narrowing.
Large right C5-6 paracentral to lateral disc herniation deforming the righ paracentral cord and narrowing the right C5-6 neuroforamen, probably abutting exiting nerve root.
Again, thanks for helping me out!!