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Displacement of cervical intervertebral disc without myelopathy

Started by 100002913837586... on 12/11/2012 11:07pm

l have surgery in 2003, on my lef Side
of my neck now I went for a MRI my c3 c4 there is an asymmetric disc
Bulge osteophyte complex with associated uncovertebral joint spurring causing minimal foramina stenosis to the left.there is no stenosis on the right side there is no cord impression, or central canal stenosis.
AtC4 -C5 there is abroad base disc bulge osteophyte complex with a paracentral annular tear.
There is mild bilateral foraminal stenosis. There is no cord compression and there is no central canal stenosis.
AtC5-C6 there is a broad-based disc bulge osteophyte complex whith a paracentral annular tear which is causing cord impression. There is no cord compression and there is no central canal stenosis .
AtC6--C7 there is an asymmetric broad-based disc osteophyte complex whith mild foraminal stenosis
To the left. there is no cord impression, cord compression or central stenosis.
Asymmetric disc bulge osteophyte complex at C3-C4with associated uncovertebral joint spurring causative for minimal left foraminal stenosis.
Broad-based disc bulge osteophyte complex at C4-C5 with a paracentral annular tear and mild bilateral
Foraminal stenosis.
Broad-based disc bulge osteophyte complex at C5-C6 whith a paracentral annular tear and causing cord impression.
Asymmetric broad -based disc osteophyte complex atC6-C7 whith mild left foraminal stenosis.

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