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Help with Cervical spine MRI

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:29 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Have been dealing with cervical radiculopathy symptoms, burning pain behind triceps,tingling on forearm, numbness in middle, ring and somewhat pinky fingers, as well as the top and side of that hand.

MRI Report (C2 thru C5 normal)

c6-c7 disc level: Mild narrowing and degenerative changes of the disk space. Posterior spur formation with compression on the theacal sac and compromise of the subarachnoid spaces. There is focal narrowing of the cervical spinal canal. Bilateral moderate to severe narrowing and degenerative changes of the neural formina with most likely indentation on the existing c7 nerve root.

c7-T1 disc level: The disk is intact with no evidence of bulging or protrusion. Bilateral mild narrowing of the neural formina


1) Mild narrowing of the disc space of c6-7 with degenerative changes. Posterior spur formation compressing the thcal sac with questionable mild indentation on the anterior aspect of the spinal cord. Bilateral moderate to severe narrowing of the neural formina with most likely impingement on the exiting c7 nerve roots bilaterally, clinical correlation is suggested. Focal narrowing of cervical spinal canal.

2) Mild narrowing of the lower cervical spinal canal.



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