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understanding my MRI help

Diagnosed last year with Notalgia Paresthetica in my right shoulder blade, and 3 months woke up with horrible pain my left shoulder blade, bottom of it, it burns and hurts like someone stabbing me with a hot knife there.. Xrays showed DDD in both hips and nothing in my cervical or thoracic. Here's what my MRI showed....
C5-C6 Broad based central disc osteophyte complex. Flattening of the ventral thecal sac. No spinal stenosis or cord compression. Mild bilateral apophyseal joint foraminal narrowing.
C6-C7 Central disc osteophyte complex. Deformity of thecal sac without spinal stenosis or cord compression. Mild apophyseal joint hypertrophy and uncovertbral joint hypertrophy without significant neural foraminal narrowing.

Thoracic Spine:
There are multiple right renal cortical cysts. The largest measures 1.4CM. It should be noted that kidneys are incompletely visualized on this examination.


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