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Thecal Sac Impingement In Cervical

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Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD

thecal sac encroaching bilateral exiting foramen (grade I), 3. Diffuse disc bulge is seen at C4/5 level indenting the thecal sac encroaching bilateral exiting foramen (grade I), 4. Diffuse disc... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sudhir Kumar ( Neurologist)
Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

dessication at multiple levels. Mild disc bulge at C3/4 indenting the thecal sac with no significant neural compression. Posterior disc bulge is seen at C4/5 indenting the thecal sac with mild... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Praveen Tayal ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr.  Vaibhav Gandhi MD

canal , Left lateral recess with compression of thecal SAC &left C6 nerver ROOT EXIT Zone. Cervical Spondylonic changes with diffuse annular bulges of C3-4, C4-5 I.V.DICS, with MILD Compression of... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Jasvinder Singh MD

with facetopathy and disc desiccations diffuse disc bulge at C 2 / 3 level indenting the thecal sac with no significant neural compression posterior disc bulge at C 3 / 4 level indenting the thecal... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jasvinder Singh ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr. Vivek Chail MD

i just got my mri , what does all this mean? cervical spondylosis most prominent at c5-6 wit prominent posterior disc osteophyte complex causing effacement of the thecal sac ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vivek Chail ( Radiologist)

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Dr. Vishal Chafale MD

my MRI test result as follows, C5-6 left paracentral protrusion compressing the thecal sac and ... compressing the thecal sac with mild narrowing of left neural foramen. C6-7 posterior left... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vishal Chafale ( Neurologist)
Dr. Pradeepraj MD

recommended. At C-C4, there is a disc bulging impressing the anterior margin of the thecal sac. At C4-C, there is disc bulging impressing the anterior margin of the thecal sac. At C5-C6, there... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Pradeepraj ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  DHARMESH KUMAR JAIN MD

with left centrolateral protrusion of c6c7 disc with thecal sac compression and left sided foraminal encroachment. Small disc bulges at c4c5c6 level with minimal thecal sac impingement.... View answer

Answered by : Dr. DHARMESH KUMAR JAIN ( Radiologist)
Dr. Jaideep Gaver MD

thecal sac, no spinal cord compression. a disk bulge c5-6, mild effacement thecal sac, no spinal cord ... mild effacement thecal sac, no spinal cord compression. Just reading... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jaideep Gaver ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Shailja Puri MD

thecal sac, effacing bilateral lateral recesses and impinging on descending nerve roots. Mild disc bulge is seen at C6-7 level indenting anterior thecal sac. I have pain in my left shoulder... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shailja Puri ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)