arthropathy and foraminalstenosis which is moderate to severe bilaterally at c4-c5 less severe stenosis at c3-c4, c5-c6 and c6-7, 2- There is a broad-based disc protrusion at c6-c7 level measusing 3mm ...
posterior disc protrusion is seen with mild spinal canal stenosis. T5-6: Left paracentral focal disc ... left foraminalstenosis. T6-7: Mild right paracentral/lateral disc osteophyte complex with mild ...
lower lumbar degenerationdisc disease with moderate central canal stenosis, mild bilateral foraminal ...L4-L5 diffusedisk bulge with large central annular fissure. narrows bilateral lateral recesses ...
mild central canal stenosis. The disc abuts the descending S1 nerve roots. Diffuse disc bulge and facet arthropathy at L4-L5 causing mild central canal stenosis and mild right and moderate left neural foraminal ...
MRI Findings: mild spinal canal stenosis at c3-c4,c4-c5 and c5-c6 with neural foraminalstenosis w/mod left neural foraminalstenosis at c4-c5. Surgery or not?
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Stenosis needs to be gauzed for its severity. If it is a severe stenosis with sever pain and the surgery is warranted for.
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I have chronic pain for several years. From a recent Ct scan, one of many issue mentioned was bi foraminalstenosis. What is it, symptoms and treatmeny?
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what is L5-S1 Displacement of the left S1 nerve root by an extrusion. L4-5 Tiny central protrusion without stenosis?
Hi,this id intervertebral disc displacement compressing the s1 nerve root.