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Cervical spondylosis, questionable empty or partially empty sella. Meaning?

Mulilevel cervical spondylosis . There is a moderate central disc extrusion at c4/c5 with mild superior and inferior extensions of the extruded disc material. There is a right paracentral disc protrusion at c5/c6 as well as a mild central disc protrusion at c3/c4. There is deformity of the ventral aspect of the spinal cord atc3/c4, c4/c5, and c5/c6 with mild central canal stenosis at c4/c5 and c5/c6. There is a questionable empty or partially empty sella. What does this all mean, thank you
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Dear you have a mechanic cervical problem.Emty sella is not a problem.If you don't have motor problems with moving the hands or legs you should take analgesics and cervical fortress soft one, for2 weaks.After 6 months another MRI should be made to see the radiology advance.Wish you the best
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