Normal cervical vertebral body height and alignment. No bony destructive alterations. Degenerative endplate signal changes most pronounced at C5-6 and C6-7. Intrinsically, the cervical cord appears to be grossly normal. Congenital cervical spinal canal dimensions are normal. Cerebellar tonsils are normally positioned.
At C2-3, there may be some left-sided posterior element hypertrophy and at least some narrowing of the left neural foramen
Bulge/spur particularly to the left at C3-4 with suspected mild to moderate left-sided foraminal stenosis
Broad-based protrusion with endplate spur at C4-5 effacing the thecal sac and perhaps somewhat flattening the cord with moderate central stenosis. There is posterior element hypertrophy with mild or no more than mild to moderate forminal narrowing
Diffuse endplate spur/hard disc at C5-6 effacing the thecal sac with flattening of the cord and moderate central stenosis. Prominent bilateral foraminal narrowing seen
Bulge and endplate/uncovertebral spur at C6-7 particularly prominent out laterally more so on the left with bilateral left greater than right foraminal stenosis. On the left this may be fairly severe.
very little bulge suspected at C7-T1 with little narrowing
SPONDYLITIC AND DISCONGENIC ALTERATIONS INVOLVING THE CERVICAL SPINE AS DESCRIBE PARTICULARLY AT C5-6 AND C6-7