So I picked it up today and heres what it says.
There is flattening and mild reversal of the cervical lordosis. There is generalized desiccation of the cervical discs.
There is a broad based protrusion of the C4 disc with cord compression and secondary central canal stenosis. Subtle cord signal changes are present at this level suggesting edema, disc protrusion does extend below the C4 disc opposite the superior end plate of C4.
there are small broad based protrusion of the C5 & C6 discs.
1. Dehydration, Cervical Discs.
2. Flattening and reversal of the cervical ap curve.
3. Significant broad based protrusion, C4 disc with cord compression, edema and secondary spinal stenosis.
4. mild broad based protrusions of the c5 & c6 discs.