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What is osteophytes

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doctor1 MD

I had a MRI on 1/14/15. On the evaluation of C3-C4 indicates the following: Anterior osteophytes ... desperate due to the constant pain. What is your opinion on this matter? Thank You, XXXX ...

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.dextroscoliosis in the mid upper thoracic spine, stenosis and osteophyte formation near my spinal cord . My Dr suggests a prosthesis because of this. What are your thoughts. This is most evident at T7- T11 ...

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What is osteophytic ridging and1 anterolisthesis with disc bulge? Do I need surgery also MRI shows facet disease with spondylosis several 2mm and 3mm bulges with a borderline canal stenosis to 9mm and l4 ...

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At C5/C6 I have broad based disc osteophyte complex causing severe effacement of anterior thecal sac , effacement of the posterior thecal sac by facet/ligamentium flavum hypertrophy; mild flattening ...

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MRI revealed mildposteriordisc bulge osteophytic ridge complex flattening of the ventral space mild overall Central canal stenosis at c5c6. Mild broad basedposteriordisc bulge flattening ventralcsf ...

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an osteophyte as u know. What can be done in order not to tear the muscle? or other problems ...

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Hello Dr. What is Osteophetic Lipping? I have been diagnosed to have osteophyetic lipping, and have been suggested to have surgery on my feet. Is it worth having this surgery? My work involves standing ...

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Dear Doctor, My X - Ray shows that I have Osteophyte, I will be going for my MRI to see how serious its going to be. I have this pain on my lower back for a long time. Do you recommend surgery? what ...

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sir, I am 36 years old and height is 5 feet 7 inch having early osteophytic lipping at multiple levels and mild reduction in height of C5 vertebra with straightening of spine, sir please tell me about ...

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c2-c3 osteophytes severe rightand moderate left stenosis. Where does th pain go to? C3-C4 osteophy moderate and severe bilateral foraminal stenosis more on left C4-c5 osteophytes with moderatd to severe ...

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I had an MRI cervical spine and diagnosed with multilevel complex osteophytes, and cord contact at c5-6 level. Told neurologist I been suffering with balance problems for a long time, along with neck ...

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hi i m bakht i m doing DPT the problem is that my father is sufering from posterior osteophyte complex at c6 /c7 can you tel what is this osteophyte complex n what its treatment? in his MRI report ...

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osteophytes which have mass effect on the left and right nerve roots. At this time there are no symptoms in my right arm but my left gets pretty bad. What is the likely hood of needing more surgery? andrew. ...

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uncovertebral osteophyte cause mild central and left sided neural foraminal stenosis. What are my treatment ... ars raised to brush my hair but a few minutes. MRI shows cervical spondylosis and osteophytes at C5 ...

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sir, I am 36 years old and height is 5 feet 7 inch having early osteophytic lipping at multiple levels and mild reduction in height of C5 vertebra with sraightening of spine, sir please tell me about ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, I suggest you Ibuprofen for pain. If pain persist then visit a orthopedic doctor ans get an x ray. doctor may remove osteophyte by excision. Physiotherapy also help ful

doctor1 MD

Hi, it means the vertebral space between c5 and c6 vertebrae is narrowed. It is called as cervical spondylosis. Also amount of increased bone activity is noted at lumbar spine. Strengthening of muscles of cervical region and lumbar region essential with good nutrition. Cervical and lumbar support is also necessary.

doctor1 MD

Hello It is a changes at spine like new bone formation (osteophyte) most likely due to ageing/ankylosing spondylitis/spine arthritis. Take care