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Retrolisthesis MRI images

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,662
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:27 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
c3-4 There is a protrusion that is right paramedian nearly obliterating the anterior CSF space. It is broad based with transverse oblique dimensions of 9mm and the AP dimensions of 4mm. Neuroforamina are patent.


c3-4 is notable for a right sided protrusion that is right paramedian in location indenting the anterior cerebrospinal fluid space.

Here are the images. The red dots indicate the vertabrate that are affected. I am terrified to have any surgery and havent had any ever. If I can get away with not going under the knife then I would and just take pain meds for the rest of my life. Now if Retrolisthesis is a condition that can get worse I would do whatever it takes. Anyone have this condition here? Any insight from the pics?

or try this one
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