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My MRI report states the following. Can anybody interpret this for me?

C2-C3 No central canal or foraminal stenosis
C3-C4 Right facet & uncovertebral degenerative changes result in moderat right foraminal stenosis, unchanged compared to previous study. No canal or left foraminal stenosis.
C4-C5 No canal or foramenal stenosis
C5-C6 Right uncovetebral and facet degenerative changes as well as a left paracentral disc osteophyte complex results in mild central canal and mild to moderate right foraminal stenosis, unchanged compared to previous study.
C6-C7 Small disc osteophyte complex and bilateral uncovertebral degenerateive changes, left greater than right, result in mild central canal and mild left foraminal stenosis, unchanged. No right foraminal stenosis.
***Incidentally there is a small hemangioma in the T3 vertebral body.


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