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Effacing the subarachnoid space

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narrowing of the anterior subarachnoid space, what does this m,ean ...

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subarachnoid space. I don't have a hernia . I had the mri because of problems in raising my arm and pain ...

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What does my recent MRI mean? C6-7 there is, again observed a broad posterior end plate spondylotic ridge/annular bulge complex which partially effaces the anterior subarachnoid space without cord contact. ...

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effacement of anterior subarachnoid space without significant neuronal compression L4-5 DISC: Mild diffuse disc bulge causing effacement of anterior subarachnoid space narrowing of bilateral recesses with mild ...

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completely effaces anterior subarachnoid space and causes slight deformity underlying cervical spinal cord ...These are my MRI results C6-7 Osteophyte disc complex completely effaces anterior subarachnoid ...

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I have a broad based 4mm herniated disc at c4-c5 with effacement of the ventral subarachnoid Sac ... where its at. The ventral subarachnoid is the underside fluid-filled space. What does that mean ...

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disc protrusion at the C3-4 levels effacing ventral subarachnoid space..........what does this mean and what are treatment options? I have pain radiating into my right arm accompanied by a painful burning ...

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i had an MRI on my cervical spine 8 months ago. Findings were, mild effacement of the ventral aspect of the subarachnoid space with mild bilateral neural foraminal stenosis secondary to disc ...

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my brother has left tempropareito occipital hemorrhagic changes extending to the subarachnoid space with uderlying wide hypodense sub cortical area of oedematous, infarcation and positive mass effect in the form ...

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I had a CT scan done, and several years ago i also had a MRI done, i know that my l-5 s-1 are pushing on my theacial sac and now it is showing a ventral csf space is effaced l4 l5 2mm effacement, i m ...

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Please help me to understand the below medical issue on my lower back. Posterior bulging of the disc seen at L5-S1 with encroachment of anterior subarachnoid space. Posterior and paracentral disc ...

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of a subarachniod space diffusion be contributing or causing the seizures I experience? ...

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What does minimal congenital spinal stenosis especially from c3-c7 and spondylytic changes at levels maximum at c6-c7 with diffuse effacement of the anterior subarachnoid space and narrowing ...

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Could you please explain an MRI finding for me. It says C4-5 Disc osteophyte complex mildly narrows the ventral subarachnoid space without canal stenosis . There is marked right uncinate process hypertrophy ...

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disc bulge with indentation on anterior subarachnoid space at c5- c6. if I work in the future what ...

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it means congenital stenosis having risk for hydrocephalus

doctor1 MD

Hello.Maybe your daughter is suffering a condition called Hydrocephalus (increased the cerebrospinal fluid). The solution is to implant a valve from the brain to the abdomen to drain the fluid although the neurosurgeon must to decide about it. I wish you good health. (If the answer has helped you, please indicate this)

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It is normal findings related to age. Atrophy of brain occurs with age. Exercises involving both physical and mental necessary to avoid further changes and deterioration. Thanks.