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MRI shows disc spurs on thecal sac contacting the spinal cord, mild narrowing of canal, disc herniation, disc bulge. Indications?

i went to a Spine Dr. for my MRI results. My C2-C3 Have disc/spurs on the thecal sac . my c5-c6 have disc/spur complex contacts the spinal cord mild narrowing of the ap diamater of the canal. small disc herniation measuring 4mm x 4mm. and then my t5-6 has a trace disc bulge which flattens the ventral thecal sac.. What does this all mean?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Hi, welcome to HCM
C for cervical and T for thoracic vertebra. In cervical spine there mild degereative changes as intervertebral disc mild herniation between C2-C3 and C5-C6 vertebra, but it is not significant.
In thoracic veterbra , disc is just diffusely spread knoen as diffuse bulge , it is just causing mild indentation of intraspinal fluid, it is also not significant.
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Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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