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Old 11-05-2012, 02:53 PM   #1
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cervical spine MRI

Question, Can anyone interpret my MRI (I have md appt, but am wondering right now what it all means).

Mild to moderate Central Canal Stenosis at c6-c7. No significant cord compression or abnormal signal is seen in the cord at this level.

Severe Right neural foraminal narrowing at c5-c6 and moderate to severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing at c6-c7, slightly worse on the right. Additional mild spondylitic changes as follows: c5-c6- broad based disc ostephyte complex. There is uncovertebral hypertrophy on the right as well as mild right facet hypertrophy with severe right neural foraminal narrowing. THere is mild left neural foraminal narrowing.

At c6-c7, there is a broad based disc ostephyte complex with a small central disc protrusion. There is also bilateral liigamentum flavum hypertrophy. There is mild to moderate central canal stenosis. There is bilateral moderate to severe neural foraminal narrowing, right slighly worse then left...............

 
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Old 11-19-2012, 07:01 PM   #2
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Re: cervical spine MRI

Lisa - sorry for slow response, and I just don't have time to go over everything right now. What are your symptoms, particularly in fingers (i.e. which fingers on which side)?

 
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